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Eusebius
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Having trouble with automating MS Forms to add rows to PowerBI

I'm still building this flow but when I try to add add rows to PowerBI dataset it asks me to sign in, which I am signed in and promptly says "test connection failed". I have tried logging out, clearing cache, etc but it will not find the connection to even set up this step.

Any help would be gladly appreciated.

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Eusebius
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I discovered the issue, Flow is not currently integrated with the Government Cloud version of BPI. Thanks all your your suggestions.

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v-litu-msft
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Hi @Eusebius,

 

You can try to Save as a copy Flow, then turn on the Copied Flow, then try it again.

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Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Hey @Eusebius 

 

Have you tried creating a completely new connection? You might want to go to all the connections, find the PowerBI connection and delete it from there. And then in the flow, create one while adding the action. Ensure that you are signed in with only one user (or a user from one tenant only) in the browser when you are doing this. 

 

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Eusebius
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I discovered the issue, Flow is not currently integrated with the Government Cloud version of BPI. Thanks all your your suggestions.

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