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After deploying my SSIS package into our  production server running what I
think is a 64 bit version of SQL Server Integration Services, I am unable to
execute the package. During validation I get the error:


I have already Run64BitRuntime property to false in both the SSIS package
and the deployment bundle. I am at a loss how to proceed.
Any assistance is welcome.

How did you execute your package? I recommend that you try using dtexec.exe
to run your SSIS package to see if this issue exists.
From my research, there are some similar issues which are related to
missing specifying password or encrypted password.  If the package
encryption level is EncryptSensitiveWithPassword or EncryptAllWithPassword,
use the Decrypt option to provide the password. If no password is included,
dtexec will prompt for the password.
For more information, please refer to:
How to: Run a Package Using the DTExec Utility

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