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Running SQL Job

Posted on 2016-08-04
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I'm using SQL 2012

When I'm in Visual Studio, I can run my package with no problem using the debug.

But when I create a scheduled job to run the same package, I get the following error:

Executed as user: NT Service\SQLSERVERAGENT. Microsoft (R) SQL Server Execute Package Utility  Version 11.0.5058.0 for 64-bit  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.    Started:  5:28:17 PM  Error: 2016-08-04 17:28:17.40     Code: 0xC0011007     Source: {9831C6D9-7526-4710-BDF0-476A696565E0}      Description: Unable to load the package as XML because of package does not have a valid XML format. A specific XML parser error will be posted.  End Error  Error: 2016-08-04 17:28:17.40     Code: 0xC0011002     Source: {9831C6D9-7526-4710-BDF0-476A696565E0}      Description: Failed to open package file "PACKAGENAME" due to error 0x80070005 "Access is denied.".  This occurs when loading a package and the file cannot be opened or loaded correctly into the XML document. This can be the result of specifying an incorrect file name when calling LoadPackage or the specified XML file has an incorrect format.
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The key is "Access denied."

SQL Agent runs often under a different, less priveleged Windows account.

So check where all involved files are stored and check whether the SQL Agent account can read them. Most often: Files on network drives. Cause SQL Agent is normally run under NT Service\SQLSERVERAGENT.
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ste5an alluded to it but:

1) Start -> Run -> services.msc  
2) Find out what account the Sql Server Agent is running under (note there can be multiple if you have multiple instances)
3)  Grant permissions to the Package that you're trying to run for the account found in step 2.  (Read / Execute should be enough . . . but grant them individually until it works).  Note if the package is accessing other resources (Eg: a network path) it will need access to those files as well.  For that reason I normally recommend creating a domain (if applicable) service account and using that account to run the sql service agent.  (Vs LocalService or NetworkService which is machine based).

That should take care of your issue.
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by:Daniel Jones
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You might need to grant file system to that account. Or you can create an authorized credential and change the job step to use that account.
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Thanks all!!!
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