Can someone help me with steps for a minimal Power Platform environment setup to create Approval Flows? Approval Flows require a CDS database - what are the minimal requirements and steps required to set in CDS to allow Approval in Flows (not covering Power Apps, just Flows in focus right now).
The environment should NOT be visible and accessible for everyone, so restricted to (licensed users) added to a AAD security group.
But I guess I miss something or some configuration steps.
What else - which settings are additionally required? Do we need to create a "team" in CDS to assign "Environment Maker" or "Common Data Service User" security roles?
When adding addional users to the AAD security group the environment should automatically get visible and accessible for them, right?
Thanks for any help.
Followed these instructions:
But somehow the environment does not get visible for the users of this security group - even waiting more than 24hours.
Is assigning the security group enough / all what needs to be done so that users can create Approval Flows? Or is something additional required?
Have you added license the user when you create the user account. You must assign a license to every user account that you want to access the online service.
For step-by-step instructions to use user licenses, see Assign licenses to users.
For step-by-step instructions to use Power Apps per app plans, see Power Apps per app plans.
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thanks for the information.
All users already have an E1 or E3 license assigned and CDS is activated in them.
I now created a "teams group" (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/manage-teams#about-group-teams) for a security group and assigning this teams group the "Environment Maker" CDS role.
Now after an uncertain amount of time (more than 24h??) and the users are now visible in "All Users" in the environment.
They can now also create an Approval flow but I face already the next challenge where I wonder how others do that and if there is no best practice.
The Approval is created and visible in the Approvals Actions items in Power Automate BUT not e-Mail is sent to the defined users to approve or reject it.
Seems I'm still missing something.
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