Hello... I am having a problem connecting to our Teradata database using an ODBC connection within MS Access. I'm using Access 2003, and can connect directly using v12.0 of Teradata SQL Assistant. I can connect to all tables I have been granted access to within Teradata SQL Assistant, however when trying to connect via ODBC within Access, I am presented with the error of "[NCR][ODBC Teradata Driver][Teradata Database] The user does not have any access to the database [my sign-on ID]. (#-3524)" I have tried more options than I care to count in setting up the connection withing the ODBC Data Source Administrator, mostly changing the Default Database to equal those DB's I have access to. The weird part is.. I have one table linked within Access that works, i.e. I can connect and pull back valid data. However all subsequent attempts to link new tables (even the one I have a valid link for) fail, returning the same error message described above. Another weird thing, instead of listing the Database it says I don't have access to, it lists my sign-on ID no matter which table I try to access. Also, if I purposely enter an invalid password in the ODBC Administrator dialog box, it returns an error of incorrect password, so I would think this is not an communication/connect issue. Any help would be appreciated, as the local support seems to have exhausted their resources in finding a resolution.