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SqlAdmin Account  in sql 2005

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What is SQLAdmin Account?
why the job ( Run SSIS package) is run on this account even though I crearted a job using my login credential?
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<<What is SQLAdmin Account? >>

Are you talking about sa account?

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no.. I have a ccount called SQLAdmin ( generated by sql server) .. and the job that I am trying ot run ( calling SSIS package and execute) is trying to run on that account?.. and Job is keep failing..


Does the accoutn shoule be in both system administrator and SQL serrver administrator accout to be able to run the package?
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>>What is SQLAdmin Account?<<
This is a user defined account that you or someone at your organization created.  It may have been "acquired" when you restored a database.
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