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Form trigerring Flow error.. Flow.Run failed: Connection not configured for this service.



I have built a PowerApps form which triggers a Flow which writes to a SharePoint list and sends an "email with options" (This is intended for all staff)

Some users get the attached error when Submitting and triggering the Flow, see attachment.


Any ideas why this would be the case?


PS. I have used the Powershell command Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent -AppName xxxx to get rid of the very unfriendly authentication popups, (they just want to fill in a form for a request)


Thank you for your time,


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If the issue is accidental, that could be an authentication problem.

Could you please make users totally log out of PowerApps, clear the cache, and log in again to check if the issue is fixed?



Do users need the "Flow for Office 365" and/or the "PowerApps for Office 365" licenses in order to use a PowerApps form that triggers a Flow? see attached


Thanks you for your time,




If it is a SharePoint custom form with PowerApps, Users need an Office 365 plan that includes PowerApps.

There is no need to assign a standalone Power Automate flow license since the flow is only running within the context of PowerApps, which refers to using the same data sources for triggers or actions as the Power Apps application. A PowerApps license is enough.




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