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Access denied on File Access from DTS of SQL 2005

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I am trying to import an csv file onto a SQL 2005 table.  The stored procedure works when I login with my credential.  However, the stored procedure fails when I try to schedule it to run.  I know it has to do with the credential of the SQLAgent services, but I still don't know how to get around it.  Can someone help?

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You will have to change the starup account for the SQL Server Agent service to use a domain account that has the appropriate permissions.
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Right, that is exactly what I said.
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