Power Automate authenticates me properly to Azure DevOps for the connection object, but when using or creating flow it will only connect me to "most" of the Azure DevOps "orgs" I own.
The most important one, it fails.
I pick the org from my list of orgs (it shows up in the drop down list...so I know authentication is working).
However, when it goes to populate the list of "Projects", it fails with:
Solved! Go to Solution.
Do you still have the problem? I have tried several times but couldn't reproduce it.
It seems related to the Azure DevOps server. There is Azure DevOps community:
How about getting these Projects by sending HTTP requests?
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Yes...the problem still exists.
Only from Power Automate, and only one one ADO org. It throws a connection error when retrieving the list of projects.
Using the REST API, I have no problem getting the list of projects.
Again, I am an org admin.
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