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Can SQL Server 2005 workgroup edition run analysis services

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I have installed  SQL Server 2005 workgroup edition from the disk which cannot run analysis services but according to various internet sources once SP4 has been installed the workgroup edition should the be able to run the analysis services.

However when I run SP4 it doesn't give any option to install or upgrade the analysis services and so they are still unavailable.

Is there anyway I can get the services running on the workgroup edition or do I need to buy the standard version??
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From Microsoft I couldn't find that SSAS works with MSSQL 2005 WG.
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