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SQL 2008 R2 RTM Maintenance Plan  - Modification does not take effect

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hi All

Hope quick answer. Modified plan to point backups to new SAN drive, but even after restart SQL SSIS and SQL Agent Svcs, no change is made - still go to local drive. Does one really have to delete and recreate a job to make such a change ?

Thanks to all
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by:Aaron Shilo
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hi

basically what you did should have worked.
when you open the maintenance plan with the editor do you see the changes ?
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Yes I could see the changes. Needed to get this up and running so have recreated through ssis with correct configuration. Suspect jobs created via wizard may be flaky going to have to pass on the points and close this, but thanks anyway.
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Recreated jobs due to time constraints
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