I have a VB 2005 application using MS Access database. I recently released a new version of the application (added new tables in the database, one of the table is called PROXIES). The application expects to find the database file in the folder ProgramData in Vista ([url removed, login to view]). Now, for some strange reason I could not recreate, the application still references the old database, resulting in 'Cannot find table/query PROXIES' error. I told the client to send a screenshot of the files in ProgramData, and it was the exact same database file I had (same size, "date modified" etc.) The client installed the application in the Program Files folder, if it makes any difference at all. Help!
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