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I just signed up for a new Azure account, hoping to get setup to use the text translation API. I tried to set this up by finding the text translation resource, and add it. However, when I hit the "create" button, it fails.

When I go to the error logs, I see an error "The subscription 'c8b161f4-26be-4d3b-b924-0fe9b4072339' is not registered.", with an error code SubscriptionNotRegistered. I cannot seem to find any information about this error on Google.

Has anyone encountered this error before, or know how to debug it further?

Update

Under More Services > Subscriptions > Free Trial > Resource providers, I see Microsoft.CognitiveServices permanently listed as "Registering". If I click the option to "Unregister", it seems to become permanently stuck in the "Unregistering" state, and registering again gets stuck again.. If I click "Re-Register", nothing happens. If I look in the activity log, it acts like the unregister/register events are going through successfully.

Configuration:

configuration

Deployment error:

deployment error

Operation details:

operation details

Resource providers:

resource providers

Activity log after unregistering/registering:

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In the "Resource Provider" section of your Subcription. Make sure you have "Microsoft.CognitiveServices" provider registered.

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  • Thanks so much, that feels like it's pointing in the right direction. I updated the description with what I found in the "Resource Provider" section. It looks like it's stuck in the "registering" state. Any more ideas on how to resolve that? – Chris Vasselli Nov 26 '17 at 20:02
  • Not sure why, but after unregistering and reregistering, then waiting about an hour, it now seems to be working. Thanks for your help in figuring out the issue. – Chris Vasselli Nov 26 '17 at 21:48
  • You are welcome, funny enough had a similar issue like 20 minutes before you posted your question :) – Jonathan Araujo Nov 27 '17 at 12:04

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