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Microsoft OLEDB Provider for DB2 locks the user

I am using Microsoft OLEDB Provider for DB2 for populating a table on DB2 running on Linux.

With my user credential I am successfully able to connect and polulate the table but when another user tries to do the same on his machine, we found that credentials are not being transferred and once that user edit the connection manager on his machine and run the package, the credentials got locked on his name and no one else can run the same package.

I googled it for 2 weeks but could not find any solution. :(

Any one can please help me for solving this issue?

Thanks,

Hardik
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