How I fixed – JobOwner doesn’t have permissions to use proxy 1 for subsystem PowerShell

I encountered this pesky error when trying get a PowerShell script to run from SSIS.  It ran fine from PS.  I had defined a credential and a proxy so I thought I had the security settings correct.  Here is how I fixed it.  Through trial, error and Google I checked the msdb.dbo.sysproxies table.  The enabled bit for the proxy was set to zero.  So to enable it I ran sp_update_proxy @proxy_id = <id>, @enabled=1.  That enabled the proxy and the PowerShell script was able to run.

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