Hello! I am working on creating an ASP page that needs to access many different Access databases that are stored on our company's LAN. Unfortunately, they are not stored on the web server that will be hosting this ASP page. The only method I have come up with so far for accessing these database is to create a System DSN on the web server machine that points to the database, and create one of these System DSNs for each database I need to access. The problem is, I want/need to be able to access databases with dynamic names meaning that System DSNs won't really work.<BR><BR>For example, I currently have 10 database I need to access. These databases are all located at a path similar to the following:<BR>\machine_namedirectory1projectnamepr oject.mdb<BR><BR>Eventually there will be an 11th database stored in the same manner but with a different project name. I would like to be able to access this new database without having to manually setup a new System DSN.<BR><BR>So, I guess what I'm wondering is this:<BR>A) Can I expose the machines on our lan and their file systems to my ASP page via the web server? I noticed that I can use the FileSystemObject to access files on the LAN, but I can't figure out how to make that work in conjunction with opening a database.<BR><BR>or<BR><BR>B) Can I dynamically create a System DSN with ASP code?<BR><BR>Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!