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10. In SSAS, How do I apply "role based security" so that users of a cube will only see the data related to their job function.

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In SSAS, How do I apply "role based security" so that users of a cube will only see the data related to their job function.
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This video describes it all to the smallest detail: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlNw3wYbh8E
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