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I'm trying to create a linked service(rest) within azure synapse but I dont have authorization

I'm trying to create New linked service (REST) using copy data to copy data from an API to blob storage in a synapse workspace. When I try to create the new linked service (REST) I get the error down below. In the synapse workspace my level of acces is owner (my type is user) so I don't understand why I can't create the linked service. Where and what should my access level be changed in to give me access to create the linked service?

Failed to save greenyapi. Error: Customers subscription: <<REDACTED>> is not in Registered state and cannot create or update resources. Current State: Suspended.

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SaurabhSharma-msft answered ·

@raphaelkoning-2501 Thanks for using Microsoft Q&A !!
Are you able to create any resources in your subscription through Azure Portal ? You normally gets this error if your subscription is in disabled state. If you have access to your subscription, can you please check if your subscription is active by going to Azure portal > Subscriptions > Search for your subscription.

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If you do not have access to this subscription then you need to contact your subscription admin for the same.



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@raphaelkoning-2501 Following up if you can look into my previous response.

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yes, thanks! The answer helped me fix the problem

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