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sql agent not shown in ssms after running ssis package as a job


sql agent not shown in ssms after running ssis package as a job

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sej2008
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Hello,
After running ssis package as a job on schedule I am not able to see sql server agent in ssms later .My sql agent on machine is running fine on localsystem account.
I (machinename\administrator)i.e on local admin account ran the package under sql server agent service account.I did add machinename\administrator login in msdb database under sqlagentoperator role so as to run package on schedule.it did well.But later on opening database engine on same account(default)it does not show any sql agent node neither allowing any database or object creation or modification?? do I require to repair or reinstall sql server 2008 again?
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What does the package do? Sounds like it may have altered some permissions.

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NO it is just doing bulk inserts and running execute sql task with simple select statement.
I am working on my laptop so no other users also.
To try example I also created another windows user named winuser1 and gave necessary permission in msdb so it will run package.Things worked fine,but later in my default administrator account sql agent got disappeared and not allowing to create any database or modifications.definitely some permission issues...
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Do you have any other account with full access to SQL Server (sa, for example)? Log in as that and recreate your account. Now log in with your recreated account, check all your permissions are there, then run SELECT name FROM sys.server_principals, noting the results. Execute your package again and repeat the SELECT query above. Are the results the same?

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I have sa account and I tried to enable it but same problem not allowing to do any action error stating either sa account does not exists or user(machinename/administrator) do not have permission.
I tried to repair sql by going to control panel-from addremove progrmes-but then it is asking for valid path of installation media which I could not find.
So is their any other way to resolve this issue?
I remember I had unchecked sysadmin checkbox in server roles for the default administrator account is that giving problem for not allowing any action?
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If you start SQL Server in single user mode, then assuming your machine\administrator account is a member of the local Administrators group in Windows, you will have full access to SQL Server and be able to recreate any login that has gone missing.

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