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Report in Power BI Service: Cannot load model

We have a bunch of reports accessing Azure Analysis Services, published in a Power BI workspace.

When I try to open any report I get the message 'Cannot load model'

Couldn't load the model schema associated with this report. Make sure you have a connection to the server, and try again.

Please try again later or contact support. If you contact support, please provide these details.
Activity ID: d695ce76-0c12-4911-b922-8b0df3d4e690
Request ID: db47f1e6-4c16-4a5e-2ba5-3934f1007a9c
Correlation ID: 48620ff0-9cc7-69ca-ed82-246fe9f01137
Time: Tue Aug 30 2022 09:25:06 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
Service version: 13.0.18945.52
Client version: 2208.4.12891-train
Cluster URI:
First question : How do I get this information to support? there is no way to open a ticket and describe this problem!

Some other users experience the same issue, others don't
I am admin on the Power BI workspace.
I have adminstrative rights on the Azure Analysis Service.
I'm able to access the data from PowerBI Desktop, DAX Studio and SSMS.
I'm using the same account to login.
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Community Support

Hi @fbouckaert ,


You could create a support ticket here: .


Best Regards,


Community Support Team _ Jay
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