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Accessing Analysis Services 2000 Cube in SQL 2005 Management Studio

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Can SQL 2005 Management Studio (using say, the Analysis Services MDX Query) make a connection to a Cube developed in SQL 2000's Analysis Server?

When SSMS tries to Connect to Analysis Services on the SQL 2000 server, I get the error "No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it (System)"
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you can connect to sql 2000 analysis server using sql 2005 studio it is just a matter of configuration

http://www.sqljunkies.com/WebLog/edwardm/
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