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Default MS Analysis 2000 and WINDOWS XP Prof SP2

In a local system with WINDOWS XP Prof SP2, I installed
MSSQL 2000 (Developed Edition).
All the services are started (SQL Server, Agent and OLAP Services)
during the system startup and I connect to the local Instance
through EM.
When I tried to open the Analysis Manager I found that I can't
connect with the local instance, a message like this raised
"Unable to connect to the registry on the server (MILTOS), or you
 are not a member of the OLAP Administrators group on this server"
where MILTOS is the local instance name

can anyone help me ?






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