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AaronDong
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Manage connectors automatically?

Can we manage the connectors by Power Automate?

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365-Assist
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Maybe a silly question. But why would you want to do this? Perhaps you may need to rethink the design of the data set up in SharePoint.

AaronDong
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I have a App template and more than 200 sites in the world. Each tiem I save the template as a new app and need to connect to the site sharepoint. For now, I delete the legacy connectors and connect the new ones one by one. There are 54 lists in the Sharepoint. 200 * 54*2=??

365-Assist
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Ah interesting problem. Thanks for clarifying.

 

As far as your initial question have you tried Remove Connection as Admin in Power Automate

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AaronDong
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What does an Admin mean? I am only the owner of the App. The same thing?

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Solution Sage

I think it means that the Action are App Administration actions (rather than App functions). Give it a try and see if you can get it to work.

AaronDong
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I think the way you recommend will remove all the connections from the environment.

This is what I want:

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