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Connecting to a Remote Integration Services Server

Posted on 2014-02-19
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I am having an issue getting a user setup to connect to SQL Server Integration Services.

(Domain Administrator Account works fine FYI)

SQL Server 2008 R2
The user is NOT and admin, but is a regular user (windows)
The user has SQL Public permissions and can read and write certain databases only

I added the user to DCOM User group on the SQL server configured the DCOM permissions per MS article

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa337083(v=sql.105).aspx

I am still getting the following error message attached.

Any help in the right direction would be appreciated.
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by:x-men
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restart the SSIS service after the DCOM security config.
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by:AFRITSupport
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i have done that and even rebooted the servers.
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by:AFRITSupport
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yup i have looked through all those and the permissions are perfect and match exactly.  Thats why im racking my brain and pulling my hair out to why this doesnt work.

Side note firwall ports are all open and i even turned off the firewalls still same issue.
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by:AFRITSupport
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One thing i have noticed is this error in event viewer:

Microsoft SSIS Service:
Registry setting specifying configuration file does not exist.
Attempting to load default config file.
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by:AFRITSupport
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I was able to figure the issue out it was due to network card issue.
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