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Azure - VS Code - 'No subscriptions were found'

I want to run an experiment with Azure Machine Learning and using Visual Studio Code.

I am on a free trial subscription which is still in effect - my subscription is not empty as I have created resource groups to experiment with Azure Machine Learning service.

I have installed 'Azure Machine Learning' visual studio code extension, I can sign in (email address of my Azure account appears in the Status Bar) BUT the subscription does not appear in the Azure explorer, neither can I choose a subscription. I get an error 'No subscriptions were found. Set up your account at http..'

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GiftA-MSFT answered ·

Hi, thanks for reaching out. Here are some steps to try:

  • Ensure that you've signed into the right account for your resource

  • Add your tenant ID in the settings
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  • Search for subscription using the command Azure: Select Subscriptions


If error persists after trying above steps, then I suggest reaching out to Azure Support so they can perform proper investigation. Hope this helps!



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