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edit SSIS from BIDS 2005 in BIDS for 2012

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Hi, I have rebuilt my machine recently and added VS 2013 and SQL Server 2014 client tools and BIDS.

Unfortunalty I have a number of SSIS packages running on a customers SQL Server 2005 server that I need to edit. I cannot install SLQ Server 2005 BIDS on my machine as it says there is a later version installed (there is).

If I load the project ane edit the packages in VS 2013/BIDS for SQL Server 204 I can no longer run them on SQL Server 2005.

is there a way of targeting the DTSX packages at 2005 instead of the latest version so that I can edit them?
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Not sure it's wise supporting a 2005 32-bit application on an obviously 64-bit box, especially with the different flavors of connections and drivers.  Is keeping a 2005 32-bit box around to support this client an option?
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The only way to get this working was uninstall all the SQL Server client tools, then install 2005, 2012 and 2014 in order.

Now working fine
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no other answers - my solution was what I had to do to get it working.
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