So I understand that it is impossible to desactivate Flow for users because they can always use the free version. However, can a company block users from manipulating its own company data (SharePoint, Outlook, ...)?
You can also revoke the free license from the office admin panel I believe.
For SharePoint, you have this powershell commandlet as mentioned here to disable flow.
For Outlook, the user will only be able to access their own emails/ events etc for manipulation. If you could share more details on this, we might be able to assist you better.
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Hi @KTNN0 ,
I assume that the following doc could be a reference for you:
About how to restrict the use of organizational-only data inside of Microsoft Flow, it is possible though Data loss prevention policies. More details about DLP please check it at here:
I suggest opening a ticket with Microsoft on this. I believe that you can block Flows from being created from outside of your tenant (such as with a free license) which access data in vour environment but this can only be done via a ticket.
As of 12/19 you can block all trial licenses in O365
I'd try that to see if it helps your issue.
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