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Connecting PerformancePoint 2010 site with Dashboard Designer throws error

Posted on 2014-10-01
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When I try to connect to Sharepoint site using Dashboard designer, I get below message.
PerformancePoint 2010 Error: The URL must be in one of the following zones: Local, Intranet, or Trusted .
Could anyone help me on this?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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add the url to one of the specified internet explorer zones.
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by:asrithap
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I tried to look for IE zones , it does not allow me to add the url as its greyed out. Any other way of  getting this issue fixed?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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If it is greyed out then you administrator has set these zones via group policy.. contact your domain administrator
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just checking that we are on the same page
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