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If you are running the 10.1 server then use the 10.1 client.
I suspect the reason other people aren't having this problem is that they do things like reading the docs and following Oracle's support matrix recommendations.
What is unbelievable, to me, is that your employer is willing to pay to you spend time trying to break things. The solution is to put it back the way you found it.
Ahhhh....There always seems to be one of you in every forum. The know-it-all troll scouring the forum trying to look smart in front of everyone.
The purpose of the forum is for someone to ask a question and get "support" on an issue, not be judged by people like you. If you don't have a supportive answer, I would strongly suggest you stop participating in the forums.
For your information the documentation for the 11g client says that it does support a 10g database.
If this gentleman hasn't discouraged anyone else from assisting, I am trying to use the 11g client to use security features made available for ASP.NET.
On a side note Dan, I just went into your user profile and read your responses to other questions. You may want to re-evaluate your career decision; you don't seem like a real helpful person.
There is a bug in the Oracle Installer with the following fix:
In Windows XP, after you have installed the Oracle Client Software open windows explorer.
1.) Navigate down to the Client directory and right click.
2.) From the menu select "Sharing and Security".
3.) Click the security tab and select the "Authenticated Users" user.
- The "Read & Execute" checkbox will be checked.
- Click it to uncheck it. Then click it again to check it and click okay.