Dear All, as part of a PoC I am working on Skype for Business Online conenctor. The aim of my PoC is to enable user to create Meetings (Skpye for Business) from a Canvas Application.
When I try to add Skpye for Business, I am getting an error. To confirm I have tried adding the same from MS Flows too, failed there too. Attaching are the screen shots of the errors I am getting. I am using my workaccount for these connections, not my personal accounts.
Please let me know, is there any thing I am missing or it's a known issue that we need to check with MS directly?
Hi @krishnags ,
Which PowerApps/Microsoft Flow license do you own for your sign in account? Just Office 365 plan include PowerApps?
I have made a test on my side, and don't have the issue that you mentioned. The screenshot as below:
The user @Anonymous has faced similar issue with you, please check the response from @Anonymous within the following thread:
Currently, within PowerApps or MS Flow, if you want to use Skype for Business Online connector, you must own Microsoft Flow Plan 1 license at least for your sign in account.
Please consider take a try to purchase Microsoft Flow Plan 1 license for your sign in account, or sign up PowerApps Plan 2 free trial license or Microsoft Flow Plan 2 free trial license using your account, then try the Skype for Business online connector again, check if the issue is solved.
More details about signing up for PowerApps Plan 2 free trial or Microsoft Flow Plan 2 free trial, please check the following article:
Hi @krishnags ,
Currently, I could not reproduce your issue on my side.
Please consider take a try to remove all "Skype for Business online" connection you created within your MS Flow/PowerApps environment, then re-create a new conection to the Skype for Business Online connector within your Flow, then check if the issue is solved.
If the issue still exists, please consider submit an assisted support ticket for help through the following link:
@krishnags , Have you been able to resolve this issue and on another note, can this connector be using if your skype for business is on premise? I couldn't find solid documentation. Thanks
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