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Error when creating SSIS job with SQL Server Agent in SQL Server 2005

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When I try to add or open a Job in Management Studio using the SQL Server Integration Service Package I get the following error message;
''The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) (SqlManagerUI)''
 
I looked this up and the only suggestions were to reboot the Server, which I am trying to avoid at all costs.

  There is a similar issue posted on EE in the past (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_23066360.html)   that list  a link http://news-repository.com/yaf_postsm8736_Step-SQL-Server-Integration-Services-Package-Error-in-SQL-Server-Agent.aspx as the solution.

The link is no longer valid and I am wondering if anyone here remembers the steps to the solution or if they have found a solution of their own that resolves this issue.

Thanks,
Randy
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by:chapmandew
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Sounds like you don't have SSIS installed on the server.
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by:randymatthews
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We've been able to create jobs in the past.  This client connects to a server that has both the DB server and SSIS installed.  We've recently applied SP2 to the cilent and I am not certain, but think this issue arose after SP2 was applied.  The earlier posting seem to have a solution, but the link it referenced is no longer valid.
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by:chapmandew
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Creating jobs and using SSIS are two totally different things.  Go to the sevices tab under computer management on the server and see if Integration Services is installed.  SQLAgent is what runs jobs.
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by:randymatthews
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Sorry for the confusion.. I am try to edit or create scheduled jobs in SQL Server Agent.  SSIS service is available and started.on the server.  
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