Power BI Files Required Check Out - Won't Allow Editing

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Hello,

 

I have a SharePoint Teams Site set up to house Power BI reports and models. In the library settings, I activated the 'Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited?' setting. 

 

When I check out the file, I can see in SharePoint that it is checked out, However, when I try to open the file from my synced desktop and make changes, I get an access error as if it's still locked (even though I checked it out successfully).

 

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