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Add user to access a tabular cube in SQL Analysis Service

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Try to add a user to access a SQL cube through SQL Management Studio but it return the message. Any idea ?

The following system error occurred: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
do you have Active Directory / Domain Users  
OR
local Windows Accounts?

SQL Server Analysis Services stores only the SID (Security Identifier) of all user configurations (roles,...) - and the above mentioned error means, that SSAS could not find the SID for the provided user name.
If you use domain accounts, have you tried to add the user like "Domain\user" ?
HTH
Rainer
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