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How to get msdb.dbo.sp_dts_listpackages Stored Procedure if the stored procedure is missing?
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From this prior thread it seems you're version of SSMS might need to be updated.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_26855579.html
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Thank you. I have SQL Server 2008, my SSMS is 2005 and SSIS packages are created in Studio 2005. Unfortunately I have no TEST or Development Server so I am kind of reluctant to update SSMS to 2008 since I am sure that bizzare setting my predessor had for a reason. I am new for this company. What would you do in my case?
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If the server is 2008 i would update my SSMS to 2008, however if you are not comfortable with that I might suggest installing SSMS 2008 on another machine you have terminal access to.

In extreme cases where I was working on someone elses machine for a time and didn't want to impact their system significantly with my own setup I have created a small Virtual Machine on my desktop (I have significant system privileges) and on that VM I installed software.  With that method I could simply power down the VM when it wasn't needed and remote to it from my physical desktop when I did.  That was a rather complicated situation though so take that approach with a grain of salt.
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try this solution (recreate this missing procs):

How to Resolve a BIDS 2005 and SQL Server 2008 Compatibility Issue

 By Mohan Kumar, 2009/08/13
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Integration+Services+(SSIS)/67201/
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