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Microsoft 365 Access Runtime: How to Install and Use it with Microsoft.ace.oledb.12.0 on 64-bit SQL Server in 2019



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After trying to follow several solutions online none seem to be working. I'm using 64bit Microsoft access and 2019 visual studio and have already installed the engine from -au/download/details.aspx?id=13255. I've tried running visual studio on x86 and any cpu. Stumped on where to go next




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Pardon my asking this again, but most of these post are very old.Anyways, I am running Windows 10 on a 64 bit machine. Using VB and VS2015, I am sourcing data from a MS Access 2019 accdb database.Due to reading many posts here, I have downloaded the 2010 Access Database engine, but STILL get the "The 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine"I can only connect to my DB through a DotNet 2 connection which doesn't seem stable, not to mention out of date.Any ideas?


However, if office is going to be x64 bits, then you MUST download and use the x64 bit version of ACE. You ALSO then must force your project to x64 bits. ANY CPU, or x86 settings for your project will NOT work, since when you using un-managed code (which ACE is), then you MUST force the project to the ocrrect bit size.


So there are two versions of ACE you can download and install - you want to choose the correct version for your project settings, and you ALSO must set the project settings You do NOT want to use ANY CPU, but actually choose and force the project to be and run as the correct bit size.


A 64-bit version of the 'Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable' that will allow you to use the 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is available here: -us/download/details.aspx?id=13255


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Installation of the 32-Bit Installer AccessDatabaseEngine.exe as downloaded from MSreports success, but is NOT installed, as verified with the PowershellScript of one of the postings above here.


A 64-bit version of the 'Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable' that will allow you to use the 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is available here: -us/download/details.aspx?id=13255


In this case you have two options. First, you can install the 2010 64-bit version. If you have the 2007 32-bit version installed, you can simply install the 2010 64-bit version alongside it. If you have the 32-bit version of 2010 installed, you need to uninstall it and download and install the 64-bit 2010 version instead. You cannot have both the 32- and 64-bit versions of the 2010 provider installed at the same time. If you are performing the installation on your development machine, you may also be constrained by the bit-ness of any existing Office installations.


If you need to maintain 32-bit applications that connect to OLEDB orODBC databases, you will still be able to build and run theapplication with Visual Studio 2022. However, if you need to use anyof the Visual Studio Data Tools such as Server Explorer, Data SourceWizard, or the DataSet Designer, you will need to use an earlierversion of Visual Studio that is still a 32-bit process. The lastversion of Visual Studio that was a 32-bit process was Visual Studio2019.


However, then the right click menu from SSMS ([DataBase]->Tasks->Import Data) was still giving the error. If I manually ran the SQL program to import data that was 64 bit (WindowsMenu -> Microsoft SQL Server 2019 -> SQL Sever 2019 Import and Export Data(64bit) ), then no error. It seems my version of SQL Server has both a 32bit version and 64bit version of the program to Import and Export Data installed.


  • -gb/download/details.aspx?id=10910Stop your SQL Server service running and change the logon properties from the specified account to a built in account Local System this as Frederico said has access to the folder where you have the access file:

  • run the following commands in SSMS

sp_configure 'show advanced options', 1;


The issue is not on the configuration, but more on getting the correct component to be installed to get SSIS acknowledge the XLSX file as XLSX is not something that comes built-in when you install SSIS on even the latest Visual Studio 2019.


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