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DTS package – Client Deployment

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I have a DTS package created on a development machine, I need to send it to a client to be set up on their database.
Can someone advice me on how I package it?
Appreciate the help
vb
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you can save it as a .dts package and open it from there
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Check this link under Deployment, Maintenance, Usability and Portability of DTS Packages

http://vyaskn.tripod.com/sql_server_dts_best_practices.htm
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