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Kosenurm
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Security role not starting flows

Hi there,

 

I have a new Security Role set up on PP Admin Center. I am a System Admin. This new security role allows my test user to access the app and perform all functions fine, except starting the Power Automate flows in the app. What could it be in the security role which is missing that I need to enable?

 

The app is a Canvas app, and it (along with the Dataverse tables and all Power Automate flows) are part of a Solution in the correct environment. 

 

Thanks

 

K.

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Mira_Ghaly
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@Kosenurm 

Can you try to set permissions on the Process -> Customization on the security role:

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Mira_Ghaly
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@Kosenurm 

Can you try to set permissions on the Process -> Customization on the security role:

Mira_Ghaly_0-1632025445068.png

 

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Thanks, this allowed to flow to be triggered by my test user in that Security Role - thank you so much. 

 

One more thing. The Flow uses the Outlook 365 "Send from a shared mailbox v2" action - the flow didn't run successfully (although it was triggered which is such a relief) as the user doesn't have access to that mailbox.

 

Do I need to add all users to that mailbox so that they can run the triggers from it?   In which case, is it possible to add them so that they can "Send as" that mailbox, but not read?  Is that possible?

 

Many thanks,

K.

Mira_Ghaly
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Dual Super User II

@Kosenurm 

Can you share the error message on the flow you are receiving on the send email step?

 

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"Specified folder not found. The error could potentially be caused by lack of access permissions. Please verify that you have full access to the mailbox."

 

Maybe a Service Account on the AD which is the connection for this action in the flow would be best? 

Mira_Ghaly
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Dual Super User II

@Kosenurm 

This is weird because the shared mailbox should be accessed by the connection on the step which I believe should not be affected by the running user.

 

So are you sure the current connection user have access?

 

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