SQL Server 2005 Evaluation Version

I am trying to run a job in SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition.  I get the following error message:  Description: Integration Services evaluation period has expired.  End Error  Could not execute package because of error 0xC0000033.

I look in the following location (C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Setup Bootstrap\LOG\Hotfix\Summary.txt) and it appears that I am using an EVAL copy of SQL Server Tools and Workstation Components (SQL Server Tools and Workstation Components 2005  ENU       SP3           9.3.4035  x86       EVAL)  I was not aware that we had the EVAL version installed and we have been using SQL 2005 for a couple of years.

Is there a simple way around this issue?  

If I need to uninstall/reinstall, should I uninstall the Integration Services portion or something else?
What is the best way to backup all of the jobs that are scheduled.

Please advise.
v4seasonsAsked:
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cyberkiwiCommented:
Uninstall and reinstall just the tools and workstation components, and also SSIS.
All the scheduled jobs are stored in msdb in SQL itself, so they are intact.
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v4seasonsAuthor Commented:
When uninstalling the Tools and Workstation components, do I select Workstation componets and then all of the client components and documentation?  Or should I only select certain ones?
Since I am new at this, I don't want to remove more than necessary to clear this EVAL error.
Please advise (and thank you)
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cyberkiwiCommented:
Just select all of them (within Workstation) and install again, there is no harm.
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