04-06-2017 11:13 AM
I am trying to Schedule Refresh for my dashboard which gets data from Exchange Server Online. The settings I am using are:
Gateway Connection: Direct Query
Data Source Credentials: OAuth 2.0
I see the following error with respect to the Data Source Credentials:
Failed to update data source credentials.
You need to use SSL (HTTPS) when you use OAuth 2.0 authentication.How can I configure SSL (HTTPS)?
04-07-2017 01:56 AM
When you use Microsoft Exchange Online data source in desktop, can you enter credential successfully? When you enter credential in service, please use Fiddler to capture http(s) traffic and share .saz file here.
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06-30-2017 03:54 PM
I am experiencing the same problem and moreover, my file path has https and its still giving me this error. The url works fine when i use it in Power BI Desktop to create reports. Please help me find the solution.
11-03-2017 01:55 AM
I get the same error:
"You need to use SSL (HTTPS) when you use OAuth 2.0 authentication."
The link I am using is a https and other colleagues can use the OAuth and it works. Any solution?
11-20-2017 04:06 PM
I believe I've found a solution. Try the instructions here which gets Kusto data through an M query instead of through the Kusto option under Get Data:
04-09-2018 10:44 AM
I'm also getting the same issue when trying to refresh Kusto data. Has anyone found a solution yet?
My scheduled refreshes are failing. When I try and "Edit Credentials" under Data Source Creditentials in the Dataset tab, I get an authentication dialog box. When I click sign-in, it creates a lengthy URL, yet the redirected link merely generates a pop-up that asks if I want to close the window.
Any help is appreciated.
01-10-2019 04:12 AM
The problem can be easily solved by using a different browser. Microsoft Edge is recommended for using Power BI service.