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How to avoid "Login Failed for User" error while deploying SSIS Package?

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In my client place, Development team is giving SQL Server 2008 SSIS package to Production team to deploy. Production team is deploying package using DTUtil2008. While running the job it is giving  "Login failed for user" error.  At the same time if Developers deployed the package it is working fine. Can you please tell me what property we need to change in SSIS package to avoid this error?
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by:Faiga Diegel
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Use windows authentication on the data source. They might be using the SQL Server Authentication that is not int he production environment -- or the password in Development and Production environment is not the same if they are using the SQL Server authentication.
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by:Alpesh Patel
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Make sure SQL Agent user has proper permissions.
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by:PKTG
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SQL Agent user has proper permissions but still it is giving error
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AFter using password encryption option it is working fine
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My solution is working fine
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