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Topic Title: Run AMExecute using integrated security to authenticate
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Created On: 07/08/2018 07:51 PM
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 Run AMExecute using integrated security to authenticate   - GlenfordMedina - 07/08/2018 07:51 PM  
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GlenfordMedina
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Hi Support,

In version 9.0.4.5 or later, is there a way to call AMExecute by not passing username and password but instead use integrated security to authenticate? Example for this is connecting to SQL database using connection string. By passing "Integrated Security=SSPI" instead of passing username and password. If this feature is not present, is there a way to pass the password in encrypted format instead of clear text due to security issue?
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