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I have a SBS 2000 server with Exchange, SQL, Terminal Services, Office 2000 (Running in Application mode) and Norton Antivirus corporate edition.  While Installing Analysis Services SP3 A via terminal services crashs with the following error message "an error occured during move data process: -138  
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I have seen this issue before and it is usually caused by the following file:

msmdsrv.exe located in the MSAS bin folder.

What I have done in the past was to rename this file and the installation succeeded.

Hope this helps :)
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