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Default Connect String in ASP

I'm trying to create a connect string, but I might have a unique situtation. When connecting to Query Analyzer, I connect using RUNAS specifying domain and username. Is it possible to create a connect string given the above requirements?

Here's what I'm trying to use:

<%
Set demoConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
demoPath="DRIVER={SQL Server};" & _
"SERVER=myserver;UID=username;" & _
"PWD=pw;DATABASE=qdb"
demoConn.open demoPath
%>

Thanks



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