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Change SSIS package owner to SA


Change SSIS package owner to SA

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Hi,Previous dba has created some SSIS package. He is the owner of the package.
Recently I joined and started using SSIS packeges without any issues.

Now network admin want to disable the previous DBA all accounts.
Question is..as long as I am logging in with my account and executing packges. I am good
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Do we need to change the owner to SA. If so how ? I have some 20 SSIS packages
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Where are you seeing the previous DBA listed as the owner? In the properties of the SSIS package or somewhere else? Maybe in the SQL Agent jobs?

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Open ssis package in BIDS
Package properties
creator name is old DBA

creator name is different than owner name?
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nihal9200_kwada (4/1/2013)
Open ssis package in BIDS
Package properties
creator name is old DBA

creator name is different than owner name?

No, different. I thought that might be what you were looking at. The value of that Package property is irrelevant. You could set it to anything you like, even an empty string, and it wouldn't affect anything in terms of security during execution.

More important is that the previous DBA's Server Login does not own any databases or SQL Agent jobs.

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