SSIS package run on sql job

 i try to run a SSIS package on sql server 2005, the package runs on SSIS, but when i put into server and run from the server i got  ConnGetProxyPassword error,
i create a Proxy account, it's my network ID, and i have admin rights on the server, thanks for your help.
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having admin rights on the server does not always mean you have admin rights in SQL Server. If your AD/network id was not added as an admin during sql server installation then you may not have full admin rights.

this kb should help:
Alpesh PatelAssistant ConsultantCommented:

you can check my below article to run ssis package from SQL agent using proxy.
tristonyipAuthor Commented:
i finally go this  work. upgrade sql service pack.

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tristonyipAuthor Commented:
this works finally.
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