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If you save as an ASP page, you can use:

<%
'declare the variable that will hold the connection string
Dim ConnectionString
'define connection string, specify database driver and location of the database
ConnectionString="Driver={MicrosoftAccessDriver(*.mdb)};" &_
"DBQ=C:\your_database_name.mdb;Uid=your_username;Pwd=;"
%>

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