3103, 3012 or 3014 error when trying to access a Pervasive database

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3103, 3012, 3014 error when trying to access the Service Accent database on the server from a workstation

The target server is actively refusing the connection, probably caused by Windows Firewall or 3rd Party software or hardware firewalls.

You need to either open the firewall for the ports that Pervasive.SQL listens on, or add the appropriate component to the firewall access list. To add Pervasive PSQL components to the firewall access list, add the following:

* For Pervasive PSQL 32-bit Server, ntdbsmgr.exe.
* For Pervasive PSQL Workgroup, w3dbsmgr.exe.
* For Pervasive PSQL 64-bit Server, ntdbsmgr.exe and ntdbsmgr64.exe.

If you prefer to open ports, open 3351 for the transactional interface, 1583 for the relational interface, and 139 for named pipes.

If you cannot get any of the above to resolve your issue then try uninstalling Pervasive from the server and reinstall it

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