When you try to print a Crystal Report you get an error that the table could not be found.
You need to ensure DRM does not set any security settings – database, username, or password. Also, be sure the table listed in the error actually exists in the right place. You can check this by running another report that uses that same table.
To remove the DRM security settings, you need to not specify them in the DRM System Settings or on the report’s Connection tab itself. That means that any other reports using the default credentials in the DRM System Settings will now need to have those credentials specified on the Connection tab on each of those reports.