Access to sql server to run ssis

Hi,

I have a sql server 2008 machine and I am trying to set it up so that the workload for SSIS packages is run on the server rather than a client (when you run a package in management studio remotely the workload seems to be run on the client).

Anyway I thought the best action would be to allow RDP access to the server but I wanted to lock the system down so that they only could run sql server on this machine. Anyway I took all normal User rights (read,list, read+exe, modify, list folders, write) away from  drives  and made a local profile for the user. anyway when I login to sql server 2008 with this user I get a .NET error HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Tools\shell is denied.

Anyway I cannot see this registry value in the registry unless I give the user administrator priviledges- which I obviously do not want to do. In  the registry I have given full access permission to the Microsoft sql server key for the user I want to use but when I login as this user I cannot see the registry key. Can someone help?
 

david_32Asked:
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Abhay PujariCommented:
You can allow registry access through group policy. Why do you want to get into registry? Did you configure users in SQL server and gave them permissions to access SSIS?
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david_32Author Commented:
how please?
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Abhay PujariCommented:
Sorry, but I didn't get you!!! What exactly do you want?
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david_32Author Commented:
I want to create a H_KET_CURRENT_USER KEY that is accessible to everyone. You mentioned you can do it with a GPO but did not give any details.

The reason is that some of our SSIS packages access some connection strings that are stored in the registry.
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Abhay PujariCommented:
Ok. What I said that you can give read and write permissions through group policy, but can not create the key through it. To assign read and write rights through group policy, you should have a Domain controller in place and follow the steps if you have it

1) Open the GPO you want to use for implementing registry permissions.
2) Expand Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Registry.
3) Right click the Registry and select Add Key.
4) Locate the Registry key you want to configure permissions for. Select the Registry key and Click OK.
5) Configure the appropriate permissions and Click OK.
6) Make the appropriate selection from the Add Object dialog box and Click OK.
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david_32Author Commented:
thank you
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