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Unexpected trial prompt



My application is triggering a cloud flow which then triggers a desktop flow. Issue is that for some time this solution worked fine until i updated connections(didn't add any action/connector etc.).  That update caused the application to prompt a message which says my app is using premium connector and i needed to subscribe a premium license. 

Problem is that even though i've got power apps for office 365 in my E3 -license and power automate per user plan for launching desktop flows from cloud, while the power app being the parent to the flows does it "think" i'm not properly licensed.

Now, this is given to the microsoft support to be solved and the tech-support person though that my licenses should cover the solution, but he said this should be confirmed by higher party and apparently it takes time so in the mean while i kind of want to hear if someone else has been in the same situation and what people think should my licenses be in order for this? (I know it does not necessarily matter what people think and at the end of the day the decision comes from microsoft, but for the sake of discussion...)


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I have a simple Power App doing the same thing.  Has there been any response?  

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