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Adding Analysis Services to existing SQL Server 2005 Installation

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I have an existing SQL Server 2005 Installation with Service Pack 2 installed and it's running on Windows Server 2003. For this program that I'm trying to run, it's asking me to add Analysis Services to SQL Server 2005. How do I go about doing that without accidentally uninstalling SQL Server 2005? All I know is that I go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > SQL Server 2005 > Change. Then from here I suppose I go to "Install a new component", find the setup file, then press next.. then I get lost when I get to the Components to Install page. If I just click on "Analysis Services" and continue, will it just add analysis services or will it uninstall all the unchecked components as well?
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The Add New Component method will be fine, but you could also just run the DVD/Setup again and add only Analysis Services.
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I think I got it. Thanks.
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