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Multiple Power BI log in accounts - pulling incorrect Dataflow

Hello - 


I am working with two clients - and I have a PowerBI account with each.   Generally - I log into their remote desktop, and I do my work on client's system remotely.  However, I am now using OneDrive to  pass the pbix files back and forth between my local computer and remote site.   All my queries are tied to dataflows - so should be no confusion on data sources.


I am now finding - when I open Client A's file - the data flow is attempting to connect to Client B.   I have verified all my PowerBI and Office365 logins are signed in under ClientA.   When I go to Client A's remote desktop, and open up same file (via OneDrive) - everything is fine.   I am sure I am working with the correct file - as the file dates match up on both system's OneDrive.


Any thoughts on how to resolve?




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Hi @Dellis81 ,


You could check the Issues forum here:

And if it is not there, then you could post it.

If you have Pro account you could try to open a support ticket. If you have a Pro account it is free. Go to Scroll down and click "CREATE SUPPORT TICKET".


Best Regards,



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