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Installing SP2 on Analysis Services


Installing SP2 on Analysis Services

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chinn
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Hello,

Can i install service pack 2 seperately on analysis services?
what i mean is we installed DB engine with sp2 initially then they wanted analysis services we installed and can we install sp2 on just analysis services because the selection is grayed out on install screen.






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Hi Chinn,

I can't speak for SSAS 2005 regarding a selective installation of SP2... However this morning I managed to perform a selective upgrade of SSRS 2005 to SP2.

The rest of my components where installed earlier and upgraded to SP2, then I installed RS 2000 which didn't suit my needs although a customer of mine uses it. So I uninstalled RS 2000 and installed SSRS 2005 and then patched SSRS with SP2 by itself, none of the 2005 components were affected. Smile

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Sorry it was our mistake using 32 bit file for 64 bit when we used the correct one it automatically selected the ones which were not up to sp2 in this case analysis services.

Thanks For your time.



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Reminds me of my favorite quote:

To err is human, to completely screw things up requires a computer. - Unknown

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