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what “environment name” should you enter in?

Im not sure what you're supposed to enter in this, the reason I want to use it is to turn off a dozen of my flows all at once https://i.imgur.com/rOsLDzt.png

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Hi @powersusers 

 

I am not sure whether you need an admin privilege to do this or not? Try with an admin account and see whether it works or not.

 

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JisungHan
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Hi @powersusers ,

 

As @abm mentioned, it would be permission issue. The connection permissions can be managed by the following PowerShell:

 

JisungHan_0-1594000438842.png

[Ref: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-powershell#power-apps-cmdlets-for-ap...]

 

Please try to implement the job with administrator or a user account who has the permission. Hope this helps. Thanks!

 

Best regards,

Jisung Han

 

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abm
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Hi @powersusers 

 

You can only turn off one flow at a time. The first option you are seeing is the environment. If you have multiple environments then you need to select which environment (organisation) flow you want to turn off. Generally when you select the dropdown box you can see the options displayed under it.

 

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is there no way to turn off multiple flows at once? 

 

when i click on the dropdown box it just gives me an "authentication failed" message https://i.imgur.com/07eF0xF.png

 

Hi @powersusers 

 

Unfortunately you can't turn off multiple flows at once.

 

To authenticate again click the three dots and select add a new connection.

 

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when i do try to authenticate it gives a message "invalid connection" https://i.imgur.com/d2ajgy9.png

 

i choose "first party"

Hi @powersusers 

 

I am not sure whether you need an admin privilege to do this or not? Try with an admin account and see whether it works or not.

 

Thanks 



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JisungHan
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Hi @powersusers ,

 

As @abm mentioned, it would be permission issue. The connection permissions can be managed by the following PowerShell:

 

JisungHan_0-1594000438842.png

[Ref: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-powershell#power-apps-cmdlets-for-ap...]

 

Please try to implement the job with administrator or a user account who has the permission. Hope this helps. Thanks!

 

Best regards,

Jisung Han

 

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