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SQL Server 2008 - Upgrade a 2000 DTS package easiest way?

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I have on another server SQL Server 2K and I am now trying to upgrade about 10 DTS packages to the new setup.  I created a BAK file of the database and did a restore and that seems to work fine and then ran update stats on the new database.  How do I get the 10 DTS packages the easiest way to the SQL 2008 box.   I am hoping I don't have to create all new SSIS packages for each one as it has been a while since I messed with SSIS on SQL 05.  Thanks all
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In order to edit and maintain your DTS (prior to upgrading to SSIS) you can install the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 DTS Designer Components.
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Also, see this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/962874

I contains a fix as well as links to where you can download the components.
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