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By the way: if you are looking for the options to Win32::ODBC::ConfigDSN, just enter a DSN manually and then goto Registry into the following Branch:
and browse through the subdirectories. If there you find a value like "Thrusted_Connection" with the value "Yes", then just use it about like that:
if (Win32::ODBC::ConfigDSN( ODBC_ADD_SYS_DSN, "SQL Server", ( "DSN=$dsn", "DESCRIPTION=$dsnDescription", "SERVER=$sqlServer", "DATABASE=$database", "UID=$uid", "PWD=$password", "Trusted_Connection=Yes", ) ) ){ print ("DSN $dsn sucessfully created\n");
That example was taken from MsSql-Server, but for the other ones it's just the same way.

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