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Security groups not working in Analysis Services (2008)


Security groups not working in Analysis Services (2008)

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shannonjk
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Greetings all!

So I have a Windows Domain Security Group (yes it is in active directory and all that jazz). When I add it to a role (the role functions as well, I have tested that independently) it does not allow members of that security group to access the cube data.

I have read quite a lot of literature online regarding setting up security groups in SSAS cubes, and much of it seems pretty straightforward and simple. However, I must be missing something somewhere Smile.

Is there something specific I can check to see why this is not allowing users to connect?

Link to my blog http://notyelf.com/
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By default SSAS roles are not granted cube access. You must explicity grant privileges to that role you created. Have you done that yet?
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