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dave64164624
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Accessing Azure ML models shared from another tenant

I have deployed 2 identical models in Azure ML and given reader access to the subscription and machine learning workspace as specified at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/transform-model/service-machine-learning-integration

 

Model 1 I can see in PBI desktop. This model is in my home tenant.

 

Model 2 I cannot see. The only difference is that I am a guest to this tenant. Is there any way I can see this model in PBI?

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swise001
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@dave64164624 

Is the second tenant (target) in Premium Capacity?

Are you able to confirm if others in the second tenant (where you are a guest) are able to see the ML model?

It's possible there is a tenant setting to be adjusted in the admin portal.  Have someone check this setting to see you can be specifically permissioned?

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@swise001 

 

I suspect the target tenant does not have Power BI at all. Is this a requirement for sharing Azure ML models? We do have premium capacity in the home tenant.

swise001
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@dave64164624 

In your original post you stated: 

Model 2 I cannot see. The only difference is that I am a guest to this tenant. Is there any way I can see this model in PBI?

 

I'm not sure I understand how you are trying to access this model in the target tenant - if they don't have Power BI?

Can you provide more detail?

@swise001 

 

Sorry if that was confusing. I have Power BI desktop and I log into my Azure account in the application. Then, if I go to connect to a model, I am only shown the model that is in my home tenant. I do not see the model that was created in the tenant where I am a guest (and the model was shared with me). In the tenant where I am a guest, I do not believe they have purchased any Power BI licenses. I was under the impression that since I am able to access models in my home tenant, I would be able to access models in other tenants as long as they are shared with me. So I guess the question is whether premium capacity is required only in my home tenant (which I do have) or if it is required in the tenant where the model is?

swise001
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@dave64164624 

 

Thanks for clarifying.  So you are trying to connect to your ML model via Power BI desktop - and expect the second (shared) model to be visible to you in the same way as the identical one in your own tenant (after authenticating).   

 

These seems like less of a Power BI issue and more of an Azure issue.  It sounds like you're just trying to connect to a data source (that was shared from Azure).  Not exactly sure how to direct you to problem solve through this alternative pathway though..  

 

My previous comments were more about accessing a ML model from Power BI Service - which may not necessarily apply in this use case.  

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