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Change SQL database Authorization from MIXED MODE to User Name and Password

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I recently setup SQL 2008 R2 and set the authoriization to MIXED MODE.  The database I moved to this new Server has the database set to User Name and Password, which of course I have both the User Name and Password.  I would like to change the SQL 2008 copy to the same User Name and Password.  The main reason for doing so is so my existing code in web.config should work with no changes.
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