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Cannot login to Analysis Services 2008 from SQL Server Management Studio


Cannot login to Analysis Services 2008 from SQL Server Management Studio

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Last week I installed SQL Server 2008 developer edition with service pack 1 on windows 7 Home Premium. Before install the SQL Server, I already installed .net framework 3.5 service pack 1. But when I login to the Analysis Services, following error is coming.

A connection cannot be made. Ensure that the server is running (Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient)
No Connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 127.0.0.1:2383

This is my personal laptop and I tried with local system and network service. SQL Server Browser is also running.

But I can login to Database Engine and Integration Services. But Analysis Services and Reporting Services are not working.

Please help me to solve this problem.
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I had a similar issue with SQL Server 2005, please try the suggestion below.

Check Programs|SQL Server 2005|Configuration tools|SQL Server Surface Area Configuration.

In "Surface Area Configuration for Services and Connection", you click on the service and remote connections.

See that you have local and remote connections activated.

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Thank you for the reply!
But there is no SQL Server Surface Area Configuration in SQL Server 2008. Then how could I check local and remote connections are activated in my computer.
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Surface Area configuration is absent in sql server 2008 , instead these services are now available in the sql server configuration manager..

Properties -> Connections -> Check "Allow remote connections to this server".
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Hi

I have the same problem
I can start/restart SSAS in configuration manager
but I am unable to connect locally/remotely using management studio..
I have other SSAS and on the same box and I have no problem connecting to those.
Can someone please help?

i also cant find
Properties -> Connections -> Check "Allow remote connections to this server".
in configuration manager
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I had a same issue.... while connecting to Analysis Services include Machinename(servername)\Instance name...this will solve your problem:-)
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Machine name\instance name did the trick for me. I wonder if this is because I do not have it installed with the default instance name.
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Machine name\instance name is not doing the trick for me.
It is frustrating!
Still looking for the solution.
Joe
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Try restarting SQL Server Browser. That worked for me in SQL 2005.
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Thanks so much Bill.
I had to go in as sa and work backwards from there.
Not pretty but it's also not the first or last time I will have to do that.
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