We are making some good progress on solving these issues. Here are some workaround in meantime:
- try disabling AI Fabric from the tenant and enabling it back.
- go to orchestrator service (for instance having AI Fabric enabled) users->roles and check admin role:
if you see ML Package and ML Skill line but permissions are not checked in you need to create another role having all ML Package, ML Skills and ML Logs granted and assigned it to you. After refresh ML Skill page should be visible on orchestrator and you should be able to connect to AI Fabric.
- Create another service and enable AIF on this new service (just remove licenses from other service and allocate them to this new one). Make sure you select right tenant usin tenant switcher on top left before hitting AI Fabric.
Please let us know which one of this work for you (or none if that’s the case). I would expect 3 to always work.
Sorry for the inconvenience!