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SSIS service cannot launch from SSMS

Database server has SSMS version 11.0, and the identified user are able to connect to SSIS from RDP to the database server. But the user cannot access the database server with SSMS version 13.0 as well as 15.0. I have also followed through the doc https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/integration-services/service/integration-services-service-ssis-service?view=sql-server-2017#manage-the-service and granted access to the Integration Service. But that did not resolve the issue. I have made changes to Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services 13.0 and Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services 11.0 but the user is getting the error:

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Hi @SahaSaha-5270 ,

Please install Integration Services in SQL Server Installation Center.

SQL Server provides a single setup program to install any or all of its components, including Integration Services. Use Setup to install Integration Services with or without other SQL Server components on a single computer.
This article highlights important considerations that you should know before you install Integration Services. Information in this article helps you evaluate your installation options so that your selection results in a successful installation.

Please refer to the following link and pictures:
Install Integration Services (SSIS)

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Mona


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Hi @SahaSaha-5270 ,

May I know if you have anything to update?

Best Regards,
Mona

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I hope you are using SSIS SSISDB Catalog.
Starting from the SSIS 2012 onwards there is no need in SSIS service.

Check it out here in the official Microsoft documentation: integration-services-service-ssis-service

Excerpt:

The topics in this section discuss the Integration Services service, a Windows service for managing Integration Services packages. This service is not required to create, save, and run Integration Services packages. SQL Server 2012 (11.x) supports the Integration Services service for backward compatibility with earlier releases of Integration Services.

Starting in SQL Server 2012 (11.x), Integration Services stores objects, settings, and operational data in the SSISDB database for projects that you've deployed to the Integration Services server using the project deployment model.

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@YitzhakKhabinsky-0887 Thank you for quick response, since I am new to SSIS service need some clarification. The user has access to SSIS while RDP to the database server and launching SSMS. The user does not see any error.
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However when the user is accessing SSIS from standalone SSMS desktop gets this error, not sure why, although I have set permissions for the user in the doc. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/sql/sql-server-2012/hh213130(v=sql.110)?redirectedfrom=MSDN
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Also when connecting to integration service cannot browse to the target database.
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@SahaSaha-5270,

As I already explained, you are chasing a Fool's Gold.
SSIS service is an obsolete feature back to the obsolete SQL Server 2008 SSIS and earlier.
There is no need to use it.
Just read the official documentation. I provided an excerpt and the link in the answer.

You need to use Integration Services Catalog instead.
Please see a screen shot I provided in the answer.

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