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Posted Sunday, January 10, 2010 4:10 PM
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Hi all

I have a problem when I use SSIS Package Configuration and Conenctions using SQL Authentication.

I develop simple to complex packages....but everything work in my machine and the conenctions in the connection manager use all SQL Authentication.

When package is ready, i enable the package configurations and creating conf files for each of the conenctions in the connetion manager and deploy it to the server.

No problem so far with this practice but know i have a strange issue as soon as i enable the package configuration and i run the SSIS package from Visual Studio in my machine it does not work anymore. Tried in other machine...same!

The error is something like this:

error acquiring connectionmanager...etc...etc....the user do not have permission to connect with the database.

the problem goes away when i modify the connections to use windows authentication.

but if i use the windows authentication then when i deploy the package....the package fail becasue it will be executed by the SQL Service user account....which have minimal privilages...i guess...

If i remove the package configuration at all...WORK!!! even when deployed....

Anybody knows this problem?

I use OLEDB\Native SQL Server Client 10 or something like that....

Thanks
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Posted Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:08 PM
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For package execution:
Can you try adding the user to db_dtsadmin ,db_dtsltduser, db_dtsoperator roles in the msdb database in sql server.

Also can you check whether the sql authenticated user has access to the DB.
open SSMS and try to connect using sql authenticated user on that DB.

Regards
Satyen
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