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No support for SQL Server Authentication and SSIS !!!!

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hi I want to manage my servers from a central location and have the ability to manage my packges too.  Unfortunatley my servers are across domains which means I have to use SQL Server Login, which isn't a bad thing.  However for some bizzare reason I can't connect to Integration Services using this method, only windows authentication which is a complete pain in the butt from a management stand point as I have to copy packages to various servers rather than add them from a central point. Does anyone know if this bug/feature or what ever Microsoft is calling it will be fixed or know of any workarounds.  Thanks    

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