Access requiring password every time I open anything for the first time

Recently switched to a new cloud based server. When I open Access 2013 once I try to open a table/query/report for the first time it prompts me with a SQL Server Login box requiring I enter a password. How do I get around this? I have automated queries that run and this is blocking the process.
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You'll have to recreate the linked tables, if you're using them, and store the password. To do that, delete the linked tables in your Access db (this just deletes the LINK, not the source table) and then use the External Data - ODBC Database item to recreate them. When you do this, you must be sure to check the "Save Password" box you'll see on the dialog where you select the Tables you want to link.

If you have any Pass-Through queries, you'll have to modify the "ODBC Connect Str" property in those to include the username and password.

Of course, this means anyone can see the login credentials.

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