I don't know offhand. You may want to contact email@example.com and provide the version number of your newer driver (or your Tableau log file, if you can't find that). They should be able to tell you whether a version is incompatible or supported.
Does anyone know if this issue was ever resolved, and if so, how? I have a business user that is receiving the same error.
She was able to connect to SSAS last Friday -- this week, she gets the error -- no known changes to the PC (although it's possible that desktop support could have pushed out updates over the weekend). Permission on the cube has been verified to be ok, and the problem seems isolated to her PC. She is able to ping the server. Any help is appreciated.
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A common reason this occurs is if you're just setting up SSAS and you have Windows Firewall enabled on your SQL server. By default it blocks port 2383 which is needed for SSAS, so you'll need to go in and set an inbound rule to accept traffic on that port.
Another thing that can be is different domains, so you need alter the connection form data source to put the complete domain, if in this case (my case) your Tableau server domain it´s different from SSAS.