Error when creating a Zendesk Support Source

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: debian-11-bullseye-v20220519 / e2-highcpu-8
  • Memory / Disk: 8Gb / 100 Gb
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.26
  • Source name/version: Zendesk Support
  • Destination name/version: Bigquery
  • Step: The issue is happening when creating a new source.
  • Description: * Trying to set up a new Zendesk source and it’s failing at the test source, here is the error:

'Organization access is not enabled. Please check admin permission of the current account'

We are trying to use authentication via API Token with an email provided by the team that manages the Zendesk administration. We were informed that this account already has admin access to the platform, and we were even able to obtain some results through POST requests directly to the Zendesk API with the email and Token used.

Is there any list of necessary permissions in Zendesk that need to be applied in the account used, and some of them could be missing and causing this error when we try to configure the source in the airbyte?

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Hello Thiago, it’s been a while without an update from us. Are you still having problems or did you find a solution?