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I am using SSMS 2008 connecting to SQL Server 2000. I can see the installed DTS packages under Management > Legacy.  But I don't seem to be able to open/edit the package.  Do I need to have a licensed version of the client to be to work with the installed packages that were created in Enterprise Manager/SQL Server  ? Someone else mentioned this but I wasn't sure. Thanks for any feedback.
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thanks for the reply. I already had to do those steps to be able to see the DTS packages under the Legacy Container in SSMS.  However, I can't seem to open them and someone else mentioned I need a license.  I heard of need a license to manage DTS SQL Server 2000 via SSMS.  That is what I was looking for information on.  Thanks.