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After logging in to my Analytics account I can see all the reports I have available (I'm administrator for all). But upon clicking 'View Report' I get redirected to the page:


A quick search turns up a number of threads in Google Groups regarding the same problem, but no viable solutions are suggested.

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Just out of curiosity, is the Google account you use for Analytics a Google Apps account? – Guillermo Esteves Oct 17 '10 at 21:02
Yeah, it is my apps account. Perhaps another issue since the migration to a full Google Account on my part. – Dzuc Oct 17 '10 at 23:29
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I have the same problem, but so far Google has been completely unresponsive in the help forums.

So far the only workaround I have is, since you still have access to the administration functions, to give view access to a another Google account of yours (many of the people who have reported this problem are using Google Apps account, so I used my regular Google account just to be safe). It's very annoying to have to log in and out all the time or use a separate browser, because Analytics doesn't support multiple sign-in, but at least you'll be able to see your reports.

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Thanks. Not sure why I didn't think of this as a work-around. Will have to do for now. (BTW: Incognito Mode, if you're in Chrome, will use a separate session so that you don't have to log out or switch browsers.) – Dzuc Oct 17 '10 at 23:32

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