This post shows you how to login in to SQL Server Analysis Services with the following scenario.
You have a standalone SQL Server 2016 installing alone with SQL Server Analysis Services. You have a development machine have joined to a domain such as localdomain.local. Your domain has an account name chan.mn. At first you could be happy because you have configured your SQL Server with SQL Server Authentication instead of just Windows Authentication. Later you realized SQL Server Analysis Services can only accept either Windows Authentication or Active Directory Authentication but not SQL Server Authentication.
Two option you have.
1. Join the domain from the standalone server.
2. Create the account exactly the same name and password as the domain account, in this case, chan.mn. The follow login, picture, is using this option.