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by lunarg on May 22nd 2015, at 11:26
You can perform resource configuration for SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) through SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Simply connect to the SSAS (select Microsoft Analysis Server as server type and connect to the instance name). Using SSMS allows to change only a limited number of common and advanced parameters. Many of the very advanced parameters (usually those that require a restart of SSAS) can only be configured through a file called msmdsvr.ini.

The INI-file msmdsvr.ini, by default located in %PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft SQL Server\<ssas-instance-name>\Config and in fact is an XML-file, allows you to configure both common and advanced parameters of SSAS. By default, the file i  ...
 
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