Today for one of our Azure WebJobs when we tried checking its log, we got the below error à
Seemed strange as being the Contributer of that Resource Group, I had access to all other functionality within that resource group.
After much struggle, in one of threads there was a suggestion to try in a different browser or in private browsing mode. And luckily that worked.
Out of all responses, this one makes the most sense for this issue
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You are not authorized or do not have any subscriptions associated error while trying to access Kudo Sites in Azure – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
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