Developers using .NET languages such as C# or VB.NET in conjunction with ADO.NET will not need to worry about the SQL Native Client—all of the features it exposes are present in the ADO.NET classes. However, developers programming COM-based applications that need to access SQL Server 2005 databases may wish to expand their functionality by using the SQL Native Client for data access.
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