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Issue when deploying Analysis Server project; connection cannot be made to redirector

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Hi

I'm trying to deploye a CUBE To a server from the development server.
It is throwing an error:

Error      113      The project could not be deployed to the 'SERVER NAME'server because of the following connectivity problems :  A connection cannot be made to redirector. Ensure that 'SQL Browser' service is running.  To verify or update the name of the target server, right-click on the project in Solution Explorer, select Project Properties, click on the Deployment tab, and then enter the name of the server.            0      0      


Can anyone help on this, why this error comming and not allow to deploye the CUBE.

Thanks in Advance.
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Here are your most likely candidates to cause this problem.

1. Check that Analysis Services is installed and running on the target server


To check if it is installed, do the following on the destination server:
A) Open up the services monitor (Run -> services.msc  will do it)
B) Find the Analysis Services service (SQL Server Analysis Services (MSSQLSERVER))
C) If the service is not found, you probably need to install SSAS
D) If the service is not running (in a stopped or disabled state), start the service.  If it is disabled, you will have to re-enable it first.

2. Check that the project is deploying to the target server


To do this, you will need to:
A) Select your project in SSMS or open the project
B) Right-Click and select Properties
C) Click Deployment (in the left of the pop-up window)
D) Change the server name to the target server, or "localhost" if deploying on the same server that the project is on
Now try to deploy the project again, and see if it works.
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