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Posted Monday, March 4, 2013 1:57 PM
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Does anyone know how to change the default package setting "ProtectionLevel" so that I do not have to set it to ServerStorage everytime I create a package. Can not seem to find it in the Tools > Options and do not know where else to look.
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dwilliscp (3/4/2013)
Does anyone know how to change the default package setting "ProtectionLevel" so that I do not have to set it to ServerStorage everytime I create a package. Can not seem to find it in the Tools > Options and do not know where else to look.


Don't think you can. But you can create your own templates and use those instead when creating a package. See here for details.



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