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Using the Impersonation feature with SQL Server requires a bit of configuration on SQL Server to work properly. Furthermore, it is likely not possible to use SQL Server impersonation with linked views, since those views may point to other databases which cannot support the same security rules. I suggest that you turn off Impersonation for those data sources which are linked views when you publish from Desktop to Server.
Also note that Tableau Desktop does not perform SQL Server impersonation, since you are connected directly and there is nobody to impersonate. Since Tableau Server does perform SQL Server impersonation, any errors you see will first appear in the Tableau Server environment.