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Issue with Provision Command in Teams Toolkit for Copilot Plugin

Copper Contributor

Hello,

 

I am writing to seek assistance with an issue I am encountering while using the Teams Toolkit in Visual Studio Code. I have made a prototype of a Copilot Plugin. I need to publish it for our company for testing. However, when I try to execute the Provision command, I repeatedly receive the error: "We couldn't find a subscription."

I have double-checked and confirmed that I have the Contributor role in the subscription (Pay-As-You-Go). I have selected it in both the Azure Portal and Visual Studio Code, but I still get this error.

Could someone please assist me in resolving this issue? Any guidance or suggestions on what I might be missing would be greatly appreciated.

 

Best regards,
Anton

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best response confirmed by andrton (Copper Contributor)
Solution

@andrton - Could you please check whether or not you're using the correct Azure subscription? If you have multiple subscriptions, select the one you want to use for provisioning in both the Azure Portal and Visual Studio Code.

Try signing out of your Azure account in Visual Studio Code and then sign back in. This can sometimes refresh the connection and resolve the issue.

Also ensure that your tenant ID is correctly added to Visual Studio Code. The tenant ID is a unique identifier for your Azure Active Directory instance.

@Prasad_Das-MSFT 

 

Thank you for your advice, I double-checked everything, restarted my computer, and it worked. Thanks again!

Best regards,
Anton

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best response confirmed by andrton (Copper Contributor)
Solution

@andrton - Could you please check whether or not you're using the correct Azure subscription? If you have multiple subscriptions, select the one you want to use for provisioning in both the Azure Portal and Visual Studio Code.

Try signing out of your Azure account in Visual Studio Code and then sign back in. This can sometimes refresh the connection and resolve the issue.

Also ensure that your tenant ID is correctly added to Visual Studio Code. The tenant ID is a unique identifier for your Azure Active Directory instance.

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