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How do I know if I have SSIS on my installation of SQL Server 2008

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I have a installation of SQL Server 2008......not sure if I have SSIS. How would I know what section would I see it in under the user menus. Please advise.
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Launch the SQL Server Configuration Manager on the server and highlight SQL Server Services (which will show you the installed features and state).  You'll see SQL Server Integration Services xx.x if it's installed.
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It is not installed. Thank you for the clarity.
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Good job thank you.
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