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Granting Access to Analysis Services


Granting Access to Analysis Services

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//Ravi
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I can't seem to access Analysis Services using SSMS or create a data source in BIDS for Analysis Services.

I have two accounts, a regular account and an admin account. Admin account has access on the Analysis Services Server as full administrator. I want to give access to my regular account. Per MSDN, I connected to AS using my admin account in SSMS, created a new role for administrators and added my regular account. (See pictures). Per MSDN, my regular account should have access SSAS, but it doesn't.


I created a new report server project in BIDS. I tried to create a Datasource for analysis services. When I try to connect it, it says authentication failed. Same thing works for my Admin account.

In SSMS, I can't connect Analysis Services Instance using my regular login, but I can connect to it using my admin account.

I know if I give access to my regular login at server level, it will work. But I am trying to figure out why can't I access Analysis Services when I give access to it at the database level? (see picture)

I have made sure Analysis Service is running.

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And you're sure that your admin account is listed in the membership for the Admin role (pictured in your graphic)? (I know it's a dumb question)

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My Regular account is listed under membership. My intention was to give my regular account access to Analysis service. Currently my regular account doesn't have access even thought it's listed under membership in the screen shot.

I'm pulling my hair out over why it isn't working. I have done everything that Microsoft recommends, but it's still not working. Angry

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