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connect to a SSAS 2005 not on AD?

Posted on 2008-06-23
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Hi All

In SQL Server 2005 you can only connect to SSAS with windows Authentication - this gives me quite a headache L
My database servers are located in our hosting center and are NOT part of a AD network. At the office however Im on a AD server and login on my laptop as a domain user.

Is there any way at all for me to connect to the SSAS instance on the server?

Thx a lot
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by:Nazermohideeen
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You need to configure the SSAS for HTTP access and access it through browser

if your server is running Windows 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2005/httpasws.mspx

if your server is running Windows XP
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2005/httpssas.mspx


Hope this helps
NM
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by:nicolajsb
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Ahhh I forgot to say that I'm talking about connecting from management studio to SSAS....
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you still need to configure HTTP access, and then in the Management studio, type the Http url, in the server name.
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by:nicolajsb
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Thx a lot.... just what i needed.

Btw. I'm very sorry for the late response on this answer!
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