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SQL Server 7.0 Package error

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I am running SQL Server 7.0 on NT 4.0. When I try to schedule a job on the server it gives me the following error:

Package error
Error Source: Microsoft Data Transformation Services(DTS) Package
Error Description: The system cannot find the file specified.

 But I can run a job on a client machine no problem. The old scheduled jobs run fine too. Has anybody had this problem before? Any help would do.
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It is accessing a file which the server does not have access to.  In other words, supposing you have tested successfully importing a text file from your workstation.  That text file maybe on your local drive or mapped in such a way that the server cannot "see" it.

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Hi shamif,
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