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Installating SSIS with Named Instance


Installating SSIS with Named Instance

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SanDroid
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Great question rfr.
Been looking forward to it since you posted that you submitted a question.
I was not disapointed.
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good question
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Great question. The referenced article has a really good overview of how this all hangs together, too. Definitely learned something today!

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Cliff Jones
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I had no idea but made a lucky guess based on the answer that looked like it might be correct.
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Great question, caught me on this one. But now I know better.:-)

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Britt Cluff
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I got it right with a lucky guess! Thanks for the question.

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Joshua M Perry
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How timely. I just added a note to this MSDN article yesterday to explain how to deal with multiple instances in a cluster when SSIS is not a cluster resource. This allows you to store your packages in MSDB rather than having to use the file system, which has the advantage of using server storage to protect passwords rather than a user key. The only other thing to watch is the DCOM permissions, and running agent jobs using a proxy tied to a credential that is a member of the local Distributed COM Users group on each cluster node is a great way to manage those permissions. This ensures that agent jobs will be successful regardless of which node an instance is running on.

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Ken Wymore
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Interesting question. We typically use the file system so I haven't had to encounter this.
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Thanks for the question.

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My answer was based on the logical understanding of instance configurations. And yes I got it correct. Good QoTD. Thanks.
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