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"Access to the path is denied" error in SSIS package


"Access to the path is denied" error in SSIS package

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can you please check your Package Owner and Execution Owner both are same? Both of them should have permission on your all folders.


I have not deployed my package in SQL Server, I am using file system. In this case, will there be Package Owner or Execution Owner ?? If so then where I can find/change it

I think he is confused with DTS..
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That is really quite odd.. If the permissions at the folder and share levels are good all I can think of is file permissions and thats a stretch. but a file doesn't automagically take the permissions of the folder its in in all cases. If that isn't it I'm at a loss to explain..

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Elliott Whitlow (1/10/2012)
That is really quite odd.. If the permissions at the folder and share levels are good all I can think of is file permissions and thats a stretch. but a file doesn't automagically take the permissions of the folder its in in all cases. If that isn't it I'm at a loss to explain..

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I know, this error doesn't make any sense (and that is the reason why I posted it here for help :-D).
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Has the on-site dba been able to successfully run the package from BIDS?

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Finallyyyy . it's working !!
Apparently due to some strange extra permission issues, even though that proxy user had "FULL" control to the bottom of folder chain it was denying access to child folders.

After refusing many times, finally client security team agreed that issue was with their permissions not with SSIS package itself ...

Never mind, thanks everyone for their time to reply my question.

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Well it is good the mystery is solved because we were out of ideas..

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Thank you guys....
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Hi,

I think I have the same trouble...

Could you tell me what permissions they had set on the share / folder ?

Thx
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