Kubelogin giving permission denied

Hello there, I started testing kubernetes provider to be used on Azure AKS. Locally, i was able to configure it properly using a service principal. But when testing the same code using Terraform cloud, it returning a permission denied when trying to access kubelogin plugin, this is because when using TF cloud, the workaround was to include the kubelogin binary in the source repo.

My provider looks like the following. Note that on command I’m pointing to my kubelogin binary:

provider "kubernetes" {
  host                   = data.azurerm_kubernetes_cluster.this.kube_config.0.host
  cluster_ca_certificate = base64decode(data.azurerm_kubernetes_cluster.this.kube_config.0.cluster_ca_certificate)
  exec {
    api_version = "client.authentication.k8s.io/v1beta1"
    command = "./kubelogin"
    args = [
      "get-token",
      "--login",
      "spn",
      "--environment",
      "AzurePublicCloud",
      "--tenant-id",
      var.tenant_id,
      "--server-id",
      var.aad_server_id,
      "--client-id",
      var.client_id,
      "--client-secret",
      var.client_secret
    ]
  }
}

And as said, when doing an apply it giving me below message:

Error: Post "https://MY_AKS_CLUSTER:443/api/v1/namespaces": getting credentials: exec: fork/exec ./kubelogin: permission denied

Version I’m using:
hashicorp/azurerm v3.67.0
kubernetes v2.22.0
Terraform v1.5.2

I’m running it from windows, I already tried giving all permissions that I can think of. Any idea? what am I missing here? Let me know if any other detail is required to figure out what would be the solution. Any help will be much appreciated.