The ODBCSync Utility compares the DSN definitions defined in 32-bit ODBC and 64-bit ODBC, and if possible creates a matching DSN in the other platform. Because NextGen applications and utilities sometimes use both 32-bit and 64-bit ODBC data sources simultaneously, this tool saves you the hassle of having to make the DSN twice. The user can select multiple DSNs at once and duplicate them between platforms with a click of a button. Plus, the utility knows if a driver is available in both platforms, taking the guesswork out of it for you. It's a very easy way to solve an irritating and troublesome problem. ODBCSync can also be used to disable a DSN so that you don't have to delete it to keep it from being used. Later, when you need it working again, you can enable the DSN so that it works normally.
This utility does not require a license for use. It is a free utility. It also has no support, and is offered as-is.