Thursday, February 09, 2006

DTSRun command line decryption utility

Have you ever had problem identifying what the package name of DTSRun /~Z0xF2E216E36948A6C83A….. . I had recently had problem identifying what package a schedule task is running. When you use Wizard to schedule a task, it actually encrypts. I came across this useful tool that will decrypt and tell you the package name, server and etc.

You can download the tool (DTSRUNDEC) to decrypt encrypted values.

Steps that you need to follow:
1. Download the DTSRUNDEC tool
2. Get the exe and put on c:3. Copy the encrypted values from Z onwards

This will give you detailed description of the package.


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Anonymous said...

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