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Is client running any SSIS?

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I am familier with the older MSSQL 2000 DTS Packages, but am getting up to date on SSIS.  One client upgraded to SQL Server 2005 and I just want to know is there an easy way to discover if the client is running any special SSIS packages?
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A few things you can do - easiest is probably via Sql Server Management Studio...

First have a look under SQL agent (in object explorer), then go to Jobs and see if there are any scheduled tasks / jobs been set up...

Second, have a look in SQL Logs and events...

1.Open SQL Server Management Studio.
2.On the File menu, click Connect Object Explorer.
3.In the Connect to Server dialog box, select the Integration Services server type, select or locate the server to connect to, and then click Connect.
4.In Object Explorer, right-click Integration Services and click View Logs.
5.To view Integration Services events, select SQL Server Integration Services

or via windows events...

1.In Control Panel, if you are using Classic View, click Administrative Tools, or, if you are using Category View, click Performance and Maintenance and then click Administrative Tools.
2.Click Event Viewer.
3.In the Event Viewer dialog box, click Application.
4.In the Application snap-in, locate an entry in the Source column that has the value SQLISService, right-click the entry, and then click Properties.
5.Optionally, click the up or down arrow to show the previous or next event.
6.Optionally, click the Copy to Clipboard icon to copy the event information.
7.Choose to display event data using bytes or words.
8.Click OK.
9.On the File menu, click Exit to close the Event Viewer dialog box.
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Thank you, and as I get more familier it will come to me I am sure.  I appreciate your efforts as they were VERY helpful
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