How to: Set the Properties of the Integration Services Service
The Integration Services service manages and monitors packages in SQL Server Management Studio. When you first install SQL Server Integration Services, the Integration Services service is started and the startup type of the service is set to automatic.
After the Integration Services service has been installed, you can set the properties of the service by using either SQL Server Configuration Manager or the Services MMC snap-in.
To configure other important features of the service, including the locations where it stores and manages packages, you must modify the configuration file of the service. For more information, see Configuring the Integration Services (SSIS) Service.
To set properties of the Integration Services service by using SQL Server Configuration Manager
On the Start menu, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft SQL Server, point to Configuration Tools, and then click SQL Server Configuration Manager.
In the SQL Server Configuration Manager snap-in, locate SQL Server Integration Services in the list of services, right-click SQL Server Integration Services, and then click Properties.
In the SQL Server Integration Services Properties dialog box you can do the following:
Click the Log On tab to view the logon information such as the account name.
Click the Service tab to view information about the service such as the name of the host computer and to specify the start mode of Integration Services service.
The Advanced tab contains no information for Integration Services service.
On the File menu, click Exit to close the SQL Server Configuration Manager snap-in.
To set properties of the Integration Services service by using Services
In Control Panel, if you are using Classic View, click Administrative Tools, or, if you are using Category View, click Performance and Maintenance and then click Administrative Tools.
In the Services snap-in, locate SQL Server Integration Services in the list of services, right-click SQL Server Integration Services, and then click Properties.
In the SQL Server Integration Services Properties dialog box, you can do the following:
Click the General tab. To enable the service, select either the manual or automatic startup type. To disable the service, select Disable in the Startup type box. Selecting Disable does not stop the service if it is currently running.
If the service is already enabled, you can click Stop to stop the service, or click Start to start the service.
Click the Log On tab to view or edit the logon information.
Click the Recovery tab to view the default computer responses to service failure. You can modify these options to suit your environment.
Click the Dependencies tab to view a list of dependent services. The Integration Services service has no dependencies.
Optionally, if the startup type is Manual or Automatic, you can right-click SQL Server Integration Services and click Start, Stop, or Restart.
On the File menu, click Exit to close the Services snap-in.