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Can't create SQL jobs in SQL Server 2005

Posted on 2009-05-10
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Hi Experts,

When trying to create a SQL job in SQL Server 2005 I get the error message show in the screenshot. I tried with sa and most other logins. Any ideas?
Another interesting fact: I imported 3 SQL jobs from another SQL Server 2005 and even though the jobs run, I can't see anything (it shows empty) when opening the properties for the job. Other than those 3, I have not been able to create any jobs.
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This one was the one that helped:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938086/en-US 
I just installed SP2 (I'm sure I had installed it before...)
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