Here's my situation:
I have two servers, Server A has the Database Server installed and the SQL Agent (SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition, 64-bit). Server B has a vendor specific application that needs SSIS to reside in the same server for some reason. As per MSDN licensing I can't have more than 1 instance of SSIS per license of SQL Server. So we went ahead and installed SSIS only to Server B, and applied the configuration instructions found in http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms137789.aspx as to tell it that the database is in Server A.
I am able to run the package manually using DTEXEC on Server B and it ran without errors. However, I am unable to configure an SQL Agent job on Server A that will execute the package against Server B's SSIS install. I get an error about needing to have SSIS installed in Server A.
The question is, how do I tell the Agent in A to execute the package using SSIS on B?