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How to Install SQL Integration Services on a current install

Hi and thanks for taking a moment. I recently set up a db maintenance plan in sql 2005 and the job it runs fails. After some investigation I found out that it may be because sql integration services are not installed. So the question becomes how do I install Integration services with an existing install of sql?
Do I have to do a complete new full uninstall then reinstall or, is there a way to just  to install integration services onto the existing sql. If the latter is true what is that process? This would be on a Windows 2003 server. Any help would be greatly appreciated.  

Jason

Jason
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RustyZ32Commented:
Run the install again, this time select the integration services option.

it wont affect your existing install.
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Raja Jegan RSQL Server DBA & ArchitectCommented:
I don't think so that Integration services is not available in your machine.
Kindly Check for any services named "SQL Server Integration Services" in services.msc

If you don't have any service like that, then go through installation again as mentioned earlier..
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