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kyhm97
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Power BI PRO in Microsoft Fabric

Hi experts,

I accepted the "Free trial" period in Microsoft Fabric some days ago to use Power BI PRO features. I already cancelled the "Free trial" because my organization bought Power BI Pro Licenses, but even though I cancelled it I don't see the PRO license reflected in my account. Do you know how can I solve this problem?

 

Other users that didn't accept the "Free trial" can see the PRO license assigned (you can refer to the picture #4)


Thank you for your support

 

Picture1.pngPicture2.pngPicture3.png

 

Users who didn't accept the "Free trial" period

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Hi @aj1973 

 

Thank  you for your support!

And it doesn't matter that in the following section says that I have Power BI (free)? That's what makes me feel confused, because in 1 section says I have PRO (Picture #2) and in the other screen says "Free version"

 

*None of the other licenses that appear in this screen correspond to Power BI PRO

Picture2.pngPicture1.png

 

Thank you again and best regards

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aj1973
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No It doesn't matter,

Power BI is also considered as an application within Microsoft Fabric, and to use Fabric you need a workspace under premium capacity (means you would need a PPU or Premium license). So when using Fabric features your license falls under Free Trial because you are using a Premium Capacity WS.

I hope this would makes to you.

 

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Amine Jerbi

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aj1973
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Hi @kyhm97 

Since you already have the Pro License, The free trial is meant for Microsoft Fabric and its applications.

In your case it seams like The tenant admin is allowing to try Fabric therefore you can start a free trial to learn more about Fabric (Data Factory, Data Activator....) 

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Amine Jerbi

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Hi @aj1973 

 

Thank  you for your support!

And it doesn't matter that in the following section says that I have Power BI (free)? That's what makes me feel confused, because in 1 section says I have PRO (Picture #2) and in the other screen says "Free version"

 

*None of the other licenses that appear in this screen correspond to Power BI PRO

Picture2.pngPicture1.png

 

Thank you again and best regards

aj1973
Community Champion
Community Champion

No It doesn't matter,

Power BI is also considered as an application within Microsoft Fabric, and to use Fabric you need a workspace under premium capacity (means you would need a PPU or Premium license). So when using Fabric features your license falls under Free Trial because you are using a Premium Capacity WS.

I hope this would makes to you.

 

Regards
Amine Jerbi

If I answered your question, please mark this thread as accepted
and you can follow me on
My Website, LinkedIn and Facebook

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