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Maintenance PLans in SQL Server 2005


Maintenance PLans in SQL Server 2005

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Hello,

I am running SQL Server 2005 SP4 Standard and have sysadmin right. I have created a maintenance plan but it is not visible under the Maintenance Plans folder under Management. I can connect to SSIS and see the plan under MSDB, has anyone come across this before?

Any help would be most appreciated,

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The possibility is that it is the Express Edition with Advanced Services. I believe it doesn't come with SQL Server agent,or the ability to run maintenance plans or jobs.

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I am running SQL Server 2005 SP4 Standard and have sysadmin right. I have created a maintenance plan but it is not visible under the Maintenance Plans folder under Management. I can connect to SSIS and see the plan under MSDB, has anyone come across this before?


Was the maintenance plan created in BIDS or SSMS?

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Hello,

The maintenance plan was created in SSMS. The instance on the server is definitely SQL Server 2005 Standard SP4.

Bit of a weird problem I admit, cannot find out why this is happening.

Regards,

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Are you able to see the Maintenance Plan if you connect to the server from another instance?

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