When i logon to PowerBI in the top right corner it shows me logged on as email@example.com but when i go to my datasets they are listed as owned by firstname.lastname@example.org and it offers me to "Take over" the configuration. When i click "Take over
nothing happens - the dataset stays owned by email@example.com and i can't change it.
This started happenning just recently.
This workaround worked for me as a temporary solution.
I tried to refresh the page once in the dataset settings page and it allowed me to make the changes that I needed. As soon as I navigate to any other dataset I lose again the ability to change the settings.
I hope this helps.
I'm also facing this issue.
logging showing as firstname.lastname@example.org, But dataset showing First.email@example.com. Unable to take over the dataset refresh.
Kindly take look at priority!
I think I have the solution.
In my case - what solved the issue is this:
I have uploaded a dataset to My Workspace (instead of the Workspaces I usually work with)
And suddenly I could control the dataset in those other Workspace
Also - try to delete and re-publish a dataset, but I feel that uploading into My Workspace did the trick
How about the result if you remove this Dataset and re-publish it to service?
I am seeing this issue as well. You can only repro if you have an email address with a first.last@... UPN. It seems Power BI sees the owner as different (user logged on with short name, and UPN is listed in the owner for the data set). I did remove and republish several times with different names. Also worked with someone who does not have a first.last@... UPN and he did not have the issue.
Same for me,
Cannot afford to recreate the sets since they are published into an application.
Need resolution since the dataset is currently not being refreshed,'
Same issue for me.
I cannot afford to delete the reports and recreate them since they are published within an application it would be expansive.
Same thing is happening to me. Says dataset is owned by "Aaron.Crawfis@microsoft.com", but I'm logged in as firstname.lastname@example.org. Clicking take control does nothing.
They pushed an update on 1/16 that fixed this. My dataset still uses Easy ID as the displayed owner, but it now recognized that I am the owner. I am now able to manage the dataset settings again.
Create a support ticket if you're still having issues, and reference the previous incident INC17475025.
The first Microsoft-sponsored Power Platform Conference is coming in September. 100+ speakers, 150+ sessions, and what's new and next for Power Platform.
Mark your calendars and join us on Thursday, June 30 at 11a PDT for a great session with Ted Pattison!
Join us on June 20 at 11 am PDT when Kim Manis shares the latest on Azure Synapse analytics, the Microsoft Intelligent Data Platform, and notable Power BI Updates from Microsoft Build 2022.