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Posted Friday, January 11, 2013 1:24 AM
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Hello from germany!

I have a problem with copying a SSIS in MSDB out to as a file stored as a single DTSX.

I get a error message:
the package xxx can not be saved to the file system since it protection level is server storage.
use the encrypt action to change it...


Secondary information:

i am doing the job as a new DBadmin in a company, which older DBadmin left it.

Now i began to documentate all the stuff so the SSIS packages.


Question:
what can i do?

with kind regards.

WIRI
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When exporting from within SSMS, have you tried to change the protection level to Do Not Store Sensitive Data?



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Posted Friday, January 11, 2013 1:35 AM
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i did it with dtutil , when the message came.

can i do that also?

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Posted Friday, January 11, 2013 1:40 AM


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Unsure, not used the dtutil to export packages, always do it via SSMS as I find it easier.

There might be a switch to do it, I would check the MSDN DTUTIL page.




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anthony.green (1/11/2013)
When exporting from within SSMS, have you tried to change the protection level to Do Not Store Sensitive Data?


i did not have a lot of experience of using SSMS in creating DTSX packages stored in the server. so my silliy question is how to open
a stored dtsx-package via SSMS?

thx
willi
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