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application splitting / user rights

Hi all,
We have a central db setup with more applications sharing one instance.
Each application has its one db(s) and AD groups allowing access only to the db for the defined application.
-> works like a charm
Is it possible to acieve the same for ssis packages as well?
A specific user should only be allowed to see/execute/update etc. it’s own set of packages?
How to?
TIA for some light.
acki4711

If you are planning to save the SSIS packages in MSDB, I don’t think it is possible to seperate the permissions.
Where as you can save them into a folder and share the folder accordingly to appropriate users.

I am completely agree with you MohammedU. He is absolutely right.

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I am completely agree with you MohammedU. He is absolutely right.
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