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Teams Developer Portal's "Preview In Teams" button showing "App does not have the required permissions for this operation"

I am trying to use Teams new Developer portal (previously using App studio) to debug my custom application which includes a custom tab and a bot. When I try to debug the app using "Preview in Teams" button , it opens up a dialog which says "Manifest parsing has failed" and when I close the dialog it shows a message in the developer portal "App does not have the required permissions for this operation".

The validation checker doesn't show any error message. I have attached the screenshot here as well. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!!
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Could you please share your manifest so that we can check once from our end?

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I am adding a sample package which contains the manifest file. The functionality doesn't work even if I create a very simple personal app with just html content url. Let me know what I am missing here.229888-manifest.txt


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We tried to repro the issue with the manifest file provided and faced similar errors.
When clicking "Preview in Teams" button, it opens up a dialog which says, "Manifest parsing has failed" and when I close the dialog it shows a message in the developer portal "App does not have the required permissions for this operation".
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We have raised a bug for the same and engineering team is looking into it. We will inform you once we get any further update.


Thanks,

Prasad Das



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Any update on this? This is very urgent for us.

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Engineering team is looking into it. We will inform you once we get any update. Thanks!

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Any update? We are having the same problem, impossible to publish new bots at this moment because this bug !! :-(

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There is no such update to share as of now. Engineering team is looking into the issue. We will inform you once we have any update. Thanks for understanding.

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@SayantanChakrabarti-8786 , @JandroCastro-0451 -
There is a limitation from the SDK we are using in MS Teams.
Could you please try in the Dev Portal website ? https://dev.teams.microsoft.com/
Please let us know if it helps

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I have tried what you suggested. I have tried to add the same package and the clicked on "Preview in Teams". It redirected me to to my teams channel on web and opened a pop up which said "The app you want to add doesn’t exist in this org or you don’t have permission to access it."

I have added the screenshot. Please let me know if I am missing anything here. This needs to be fixed asap as this is becoming critical for us.238974-teamserror.png



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Okay, we are checking with engineering team on this.

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