Solving the "Too Many Redirects" and "Bad Request Error 400" in Google Looker Studio with

Error in Looker Studio "Bad Request Error 400"

Solving the "Too Many Redirects" and "Bad Request Error 400" in Google Looker Studio with

Experiencing technical issues during your work is not a pleasant experience, especially when it hampers your productivity. At, we understand how crucial the smooth operation of our tools is to your business. That's why we are here to guide you on how to solve a common problem that some Google Looker Studio users may encounter when installing the Windsor Looker Studio connector - "too many redirects" or a "Bad Request Error 400".

The Problem: Too Many Redirects or Bad Request Error 400

You may face one of these issues when you try to install the Looker Studio connector. Both problems stem from the same root cause: being logged in to multiple Google accounts in your Google Chrome session. This can cause conflicts and lead to these errors, preventing you from successfully installing the connector.

The Solution: Log in to Only One Google Account

To solve this issue, you need to make sure you're only logged in to one Google account in your Google Chrome session. Here's a simple step-by-step guide on how to ensure this:

Step 1: Open Google Chrome

Launch the Google Chrome browser on your device.

Step 2: Click on Your Profile Picture

At the top right corner of your Google Chrome browser, you'll see your profile picture or an icon indicating your active Google account. Click on it.

Step 3: Manage People

A drop-down menu will appear. Click on "Manage People" at the bottom of this menu.

Step 4: Remove Extra Accounts

You will be led to a new window showing all the Google accounts logged in on your browser. Hover over the account(s) you want to remove and click on the three vertical dots that appear at the top right corner of the account icon. Select "Remove This Person".

Step 5: Confirm Removal

A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the removal. Click on "Remove This Person" again to confirm.

Please note that removing an account from Google Chrome will delete the browsing data on the device, including the history, bookmarks, and saved passwords. Make sure to back up any important data before proceeding.

Step 6: Restart Your Browser

After removing the extra accounts, close your browser and open it again. Now, you should be logged in to only one Google account.

Step 7: Reinstall the Windsor Looker Studio connector

With only one Google account active, try to install the Windsor Looker Studio connector again. The installation should now proceed without any problems.

In Conclusion

By ensuring you're logged in to just one Google account in your Google Chrome session, you can eliminate the "too many redirects" or "Bad Request Error 400" issues when installing the Windsor Looker Studio connector. If you still encounter these issues after following these steps, please don't hesitate to contact our support team. We are always here to help!

Remember, at, our aim is to simplify your data management processes and provide seamless experiences with our products. Happy data managing!

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