I am trying to create a flow that allows me to execute a script in On Premise machine. Certain parameters of the scripts are provided in a mail which activates the flow. The script could be hosted in azure (azure automation). Do I need a gateway to connect it or how can I solve it?
Thanks in advance.
Thank you for your reply Christian.
As I can see. with Hybrid Runbook Worker https://docs.microsoft.com/es-es/azure/automation/automation-hybrid-runbook-worker
could be possible. It creates a connection between Azure Automation and on premise machine.
I'll keep investigating.
It seems to me you are going to use extremely complicated way.
I'd create a so called Exchange transport agent that will implement your functionality.
@Jemo shure but it depends on what you are going to do, for example if you want yo get some result from app that is on your vm you can use vpn site to site to conect your runnbooks or you can expose a an API to use it in Power Automate and conect to your runnboks to.
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