Thanks for reaching out to us, may I know if you have solved this issue? A 404 error indicates that the resource you are trying to access is not found. This error can occur if the endpoint or URL you are using is incorrect or if the resource has been deleted or moved.
Sometimes, it happens as well when you just create a new resource.
To troubleshoot this issue, you can try the following steps:
Check the endpoint and URL you are using to make the request. Make sure that the endpoint and URL are correct and match the resource you are trying to access.
Check if the resource still exists. You can check the Azure portal to see if the resource is still available. If the resource has been deleted or moved, you will need to update your endpoint and URL to point to the new resource.
Check if the resource is accessible from your network. If you are accessing the resource from a corporate network or behind a firewall, there may be network restrictions that are preventing you from accessing the resource. You can try accessing the resource from a different network or using a VPN to see if this resolves the issue.
Check if you have the correct permissions to access the resource. Make sure that you have the necessary permissions to access the resource. You can check the Azure portal to see if you have the correct permissions.
Please let me know if you are still blocked by this issue, I hope this helps.
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