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DB2 accounts getting locked out from SSIS soluition


DB2 accounts getting locked out from SSIS soluition

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Bill N
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Hello,

I have an SSIS project that has data sources connecting to DB2 servers that require a login. When I set up the data source connection string, it prompts me to login and appears to be retaining that information somewhere. It's not in the connection string, however, but the persistent connection is a problem because when I reset my passwords every few months, the SSIS data sources will repeatedly attempt to connect to the server using old login information until it locks me out. I then have to reset my passwords again and "rebuild" the connection string on the data source in order to get a login prompt and enter the new password.

I don't know why its doing this because everything I'm reading is saying it shouldn't be storing the password. I want to say that its an issue with the IBM DB2 driver but this behavior doesn't occur in any other application that we use to connect to the DB2 server. I've set "Persist Security Info" to false in the connection string to no avail. I've made sure all of my packages protection levels are set to DontSaveSensitive. I just can't figure out why its behaving this way.

Anyone with any ideas as to what might be going wrong? Am I missing something?

Thanks for any assistance.
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