UiPath Azure Integration Not Working

Hi - I am using trying to use the uipathpack azure devops extension, but i am getting the following error on the deploy task

Failed to run the command: System.InvalidOperationException: Microsoft.Rest.HttpOperationException: Operation returned an invalid status code ‘InternalServerError’

{“timestamp”:“19-08-2020 08:39:47”,“errorMessage”:“An exception occurred while getting service roles in tenants for userId: 166769”,“debugMessage”:null,“errorCode”:4010,“subErrors”:null}

Has anyone else encountered this? I am also unable to use the pack task with our orchestrator.

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Only thing that I don’t get working with Azure DevOps Plugin is to set variables for a release pipeline run which is triggered by continuous deployment. But that is more a Azure DevOps thing than an UiPath one. I would suggest taking the help from azure migration services as they would help you on how to make the pipelines more dynamic, how to set variables, Continuous Deployment enabled etc.