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Maintenance sub-plans not available in SQL 2005

Posted on 2011-03-12
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Hello all,

I'm creating a maintenance plan for backup on a new (to us) SQL 2005 server. Typicailly, I create a plan with a few sub-plans.  Today I'm struggling with the absence of a sub-plan option.  I've googled this a number of ways, and all instructions assume that if you're in the maintenence plan object, sub-plans can be added.  Is there a option on SQL installs the sub-plans option?
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Is the highlighted area greyed out?
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That toolbar / highlighted area doesn't exist. I wondered if it was a view option I can't figure out?
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You go here and then create or modify a Maint plan.
 Maint Plan
Then you should have the toolbar.
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Two screep caps.  Top, from a different server, looks like yours and works like I would expect.  Bottom is the problem server which is mission subplan option.  I feel like there is toolbar view or some other option we don't have checked. Screen shot
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I won't be able to reinstall until late next week.  I'll report back.
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