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SQL Agent running Job - SSIS package - specify with windows user account to use

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I have created a package and imported it into SQL Integration services.  I have it scheduled to run.  It runs fine under my account which is the account I need it to run under.  When it executes it runs under a different user account.  How can I specify which WINDOWS user account I want it to use on this specific job only?  

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Check the Security Rules inside MSDB database.
db_dtsadmin
db_dtstduser
db_dtsoperator

The db_dtsadmin fixed database role secures the SSIS packages that are stored in the MSDB database. The members of the db_dtsadmin fixed database role have the following permissions:

Enumerate all packages.
View all packages.
Execute all packages including the packages in the SQL Server Agent.
Export all packages.
Import packages.
Delete all packages.
Change the package roles.

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