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Anonymous
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Dataflow SharePoint There was an error in the OAuth popup window

I'm trying to open Excel Files from SharePoint, by first connecting with SharePoint.Files( ) to my SharePoint directory (This part works OK), then filtering the file and opening it with the method:

Excel.Workbook(Table.SelectRows(Source, each [Name] = "My File Name.xlsx"){0}[Content])

But o this step, I get the "Please specify how to connect" notice, and when I try to login with my Organizational Account, I get over and over the same error:
"There was an error in the OAuth popup window (Session ID: ##############)"
I have tried on Edge and Chrome and still get the same...

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v-xuding-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

What the Authentication kind do you use?  I viewed a similar thread. It worked fine when the user changed the authentication from "Organizational" to "Basic". Maybe you could have a try.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/There-was-an-error-in-the-OAuth-popup-window/td-p/640433 

 

Best Regards,

Xue Ding

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Best Regards,
Xue Ding
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Anonymous
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I cannot do that, once the only available options are Microsoft Account and Anonymous. I tried logging out and in again, and three different browsers, and no luck.

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