I had to do this with the help of TAC after I lost my publisher. It's probably not approved, but that's because you do it in MS-SQL, not Cisco.
Research on your own here, don't trust me, I can't even pronounce SQL, proceed at your own risk, etc., but this will give you a good start.
Start the SQL Enterprise Manager, probably easiest on the publisher. You should see (or register so that you can see) all of your servers.
Under each server is a security folder, which has Logins, which is where the 'sa' user is. You can right-click and set the same password on each of these.
Under each subscriber server, expand Databases, and then expand your active database (i.e. CCM030x). There's a "pull subscriptions" folder, which will list a job. Right click on the job, click on the security tab, and there's the login 'sa', password, and verification. It's in there twice. You need to set that for each subscriber. I set every 'sa' on every server to the same password for my own sanity.
I also had to delete and re-create the pulls on the subscribers, but that was because I lost the publisher. I don't think you would have to do that. You can also get to the same window by highlighting the server, selecting 'tools' and 'replication' and the database and job.
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