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Multi tenant data sources

Hi !

 

A small question 🙂

If I have 2 tenants ( 1 O365 tenant and a second one like IaaS/PaaS with a SQL Database) and I want a flow to use 2 connectors to be connected with my data (in 2 different tenant) the O365 connectors with my O365 tenant and the SQL server connector with my second tenant. Is it possible ? Thank you

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Re: Multi tenant data sources

HI @Elliott57 ,

 

yes this is possible you only need to change the connection you are using in your action to the connection on your other tenant as such:

 

  1. Click on the "three dots" in your action card
  2. Click in add new connection

 

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After doing this you will be able to enter the credentials of the user from whichever tenant you like, and after doing so it will be bound to that specific tenant.

 

Documentation on how to manage your connections can be found in here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/add-manage-connections

 

Side Note: If you are planning to use the SQL connector, bear in mind that this connector is now Premium and that you need a paid license to use it (Flow P1/P2 or Power Automate per flow/user plan).

 

 

Hope this helped you in any way!

 

Regards,

Ricardo

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Re: Multi tenant data sources

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Re: Multi tenant data sources

HI @Elliott57 ,

 

yes this is possible you only need to change the connection you are using in your action to the connection on your other tenant as such:

 

  1. Click on the "three dots" in your action card
  2. Click in add new connection

 

image.png

 

After doing this you will be able to enter the credentials of the user from whichever tenant you like, and after doing so it will be bound to that specific tenant.

 

Documentation on how to manage your connections can be found in here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/add-manage-connections

 

Side Note: If you are planning to use the SQL connector, bear in mind that this connector is now Premium and that you need a paid license to use it (Flow P1/P2 or Power Automate per flow/user plan).

 

 

Hope this helped you in any way!

 

Regards,

Ricardo

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