any luck on resolving this?
I'm running into the same problem.
To me the problem is that Tableau cannot pass the credentials to Google automatically, so, the "Response code: 500" error message pops up.
You probably need to open the port to Google on your server.
Thank you for your reply.
Do you have the experience to open the port for Google on server?
Which port numbers should be opened?
Do we need to open any ports other than 80 and 443?
I'm not our T server admin...maybe open a support ticket with T support?
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Here are some troubleshooting steps to try:
Ensure all Windows Updates have been installed on the computer running Tableau Server.
Verify what certificates are installed in the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” storage in Windows on the computer running Tableau Server. Compare this list with the same storage on the machine where Tableau Desktop is installed.
- On the machine running Tableau Server go to “Control Panel” -> “Internet Options”
- Open “Content” tab
- Press “Certificates” button
- Open “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” tab
If a certificate is missing from the list that appears on the Tableau Desktop machine, please import it from the other machine.
Upgrade Tableau Desktop to the most recent version.
If any of these steps solves the issue, please let us know! We would like to document the solution.
Thanks for the reply. Do you know where I can find the Tableau Desktop machine Certificate?
I can't get hold of it.
I found a workaround for this issue that helped me out.
When publishing to the server a pop-up will appear for Google Analytics.
1. Do not accept the pop-up
2. Log out of Google Analytics (top right corner of pop-up)
3. Log back in to Google Analytics
4. Now accept the pop-up
The workbook should publish to the server.