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Hi, we are saving passwords for all our packages in an xml file which is not very secure, is there an option to save them to a database table or any other method so passwords are not visible to every one and also want to make sure pkg works fine when deployed on the server. Thanks
Chris Harshman
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I store my SSIS passwords in a third party password manager, along with the rest of my database related credentials for service accounts and any SQL authenticated logins. I keep that program's data file in a place only the system admins can get to. The only problem with deploying the package to the server is if it's scheduled in a SQL Agent job, the password you enter for the job step will be visible in plain text in the MSDB.dbo.sysjobsteps table, so make sure you restrict access here.
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