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Objective: Locate all folders related to SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) on disclosed servers. During a massive cleanup on some of our environments, I was asked to point out all the possible locations of SSAS related files on a list of 10+ … Continue reading
For some time, we have been trying to get Informatica’s Metadata Manager to extract information from our SSIS, SSRS and SSAS instances in production. However, we were facing issues with credentials and service account clashes that lead us to just … Continue reading
As part of a routine check, I found that one of our servers had an instance of Analysis Services (SSAS) running under a local service account. As many of our solution pull data from various sources, on other servers, there is … Continue reading
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Kenneth Fisher (blog | twitter) and the topic is security. Security is one of those subjects that most DBAs have to deal with regardless of specialty. So as something we all have to … Continue reading
So, finally Microsoft came up with a new feature for the MOLAP part of Analysis Services. The community has been hungering for updates ever since the new kid Tabular came around. Now it apears that the SQL Server team has … Continue reading