When you click on the OK button in the above screen, you will reach the stage where you may want to save the package for future use, execute the package immediately, or both save and execute the package. The last option is chosen in this case, according to the choices shown in the next screen. There are also two choices while saving: saving it to a file in the file system, or saving it in the MSDB folder in the Integrated Services server. MSDB is a sub-folder in the Stored Packages folder.
Protecting the package
When you click on the Next button you will be asked for the option you want to choose for protecting the package. There are several options including password and encryption. For the tutorial the Do not save sensitive data option was chosen.
When you click on the Next button in the above screen, your chosen features for saving before the final save action is shown. Like most of the other screens, you have a chance to back off at almost every step of the way. Here you may also make a choice of the authentication required for the package. The default, Windows authentication, is chosen here.