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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open or create iOS application
2. Open Entitlements.plist file.
3. Click on Find button under Entitlements.
4. Enter valid credentials.
Actual Result: Getting error 'Failed to get account information for the developer id provided'.
Expected result: User should get developer account info in Passes.
Xamarin for VS 1.12.212
Same behavior happening with stable MTVS 1.40.39 I am not sure it has ever
worked or not.
Any idea on when this will get fixed?
not reproducible in XMA.
This issue is not fixed yet.
We need to reimplement the whole Passes feature. But not in our current cycle.
Reopening the issue.
*** Bug 35039 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The Find button is no longer available in the new entitlements editor but we will add some equivalent support once the fastlane feature is implemented in VS.