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mswebtasks table in SQL Server 2005

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The mswebtaks table has been removed from SQL Server 2005 and as a result, my legacy scripts from SQL 2000 don't work.  Is there a way to get this table back?  If not, is there a work around?
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>>The mswebtaks table has been removed from SQL Server 2005<<
It is still there you just need to spell it right :)  It is called mswebtasks
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