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can not run SSIS package with script task

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I created an SSIS package using visual studio 2010 and tested on my local machine. It worked as expected.

Then I deployed this package on sql server 2012 Integration services under MSDB.
I connect to Integration services form SSMS on my local machine and execute the packeg by right click -> Run Package. I get the error on the script task as described below.

 It works fine if I remove the script task, it has two sql tasks that run fine using oledb connection.


Error: To run SSIS package outside of data tool you must install <script task name> of Integration services or higher.

Now I remote into the server where Sql Server is installed and open SSMS on the remote machine. I execute the same SSIS package by right click ->Run package, and it runs without error .

What am I missing? What do need to do so the script task runs from remote machine.

Thank you for your help.
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by:scaryskullz
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In the step type for job did you select for Type "SQL Server Integration Services Package" ?
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by:patd1
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I am not running it through a sql job yet. I am running it from the ssms, right click the package under msdb and click "run package".
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dannygonzalez09 earned 500 total points
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that's because you don't have an instance of SSIS installed on that machine

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms345164.aspx
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DTS_E_SSISSTANDALONENOTINSTALLED
To run a SSIS package outside of SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) you must install %1 of Integration Services or higher.
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