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SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services / Excel 2003 hooked up to server cube - error message?

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SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services with Excel linked to a cube.  When trying to drill into a matrice - the error appears:

"Can not show detail data for that selection.  If the source database has more detailed data..."

But if I put some amount of the same data into Excel I am able to drill.  How do I drill into the server data?
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Post this in the Excel area  may have some answers. The guys in the Excel area are very knowledgeable about databases too.
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