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Removing integrated security from an RPT file

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Im creating a .NET application that uses several RPT files.  These files were once set to use SQL login method to access the SQL 200 Database.  I tried experimenting with Integrated Security, but to no avail.. I found out at Crystal Decisions that Integrated Security with Web application is still not fully functional and to use standard SQL Login instead.  So I created new datasources in my RPT files using SQL Login, but they always revert back to Integrated Security and I keep getting SQL Login exceptions.  How do I get an RPT file to use SQL Login again rather than Integrated Security?
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