|Just so I have all the facts right.. you're creating an app with VB that has ties to SQL Server 2012 and you tested it on a Windows XP box and it didn't work. |
In that case, I would stick strictly to VB6 and build it inside Access and leave out as little SQL as possible. I know it doesn't sound like a good answer but if you want a universal app, it has to be with a language all platforms understand.. and as of right now when it comes to visual basic, its VB6.
Jonas "Jackal" Lear
Serving the South Bay Since 1999