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SQL Server Agent job duplicating SSIS configuration file

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I have a job running about 40 steps, each processing an SSIS 2008 package. I have one configuration file for all steps and added the file to the configuration tab of each step. When I close and reopen the job, the file has been added again to each step, multiple times. Each subsequent step as one more file added. This eventually causes an error due to the length of the configuration file names being read.  


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Thanks, but the links did not help me. The problem persists.
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COuld not resolve issue. Thanks!
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