I have seen where DBAs would right click the DTS Package (SQL 2000) and schedule a job. If you schedule a package to run that way, the SQL Job it creates will have an encrypted name for DTS package in SQL job step - similar to what you see below:
To avoid this, you can simply create a SQL Job and choose CmdExec as a step type and type following in your step:
DTSRun /N"your package name" /S<servername> /E<for trusted connection>
DTSRun /N"Your package Name" /S<ServerName> /U<UserName> /P<Password> --- for SQL authentication
That way you will have meaningful package name in your job. But in case for some reason, you do have those Jobs with weird encrypted DTS package name, here is how you can identify which package is being called by that step (this is something I found from SQL Forum):
1. Copy the DTSRUN line (everything including the DTSRUN)
2. Open a Windows Command Line window
3. Paste the DTSRUN line into the CMD window.
4. To the end of the line, add /!X /!C
/!X = do not execute /!C = copy results onto Windows Clipboard
5. Run the command
6. Open Notepad
7. Click Edit>Paste
that will paste the actual command into Notepad and it will show the name of the package.