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Tamras
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Delegated Authorization Flow are not enabled

I'm ready to share the flow I just created but I don't want to give anyone else ability to edit and/or delete the Flow.  The Flow is triggered through a button in PowerApps. It simply creates a folder, uploads document, and update the file properties.

I tried following the steps from https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/share-with-sharepoint-office-365/ to add a "SharePoint List" as co-owner but received the following error message "Delegated Authorization Flow are not enabled."   What do I need to do in order to add a SharePoint list or library as co-owners?

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Typical flows that run because some event triggered them run in the context of the user who created them.  Flows that are manually started from the Flow app or a PowerApps button are different.  They run in the context of the user who clicks on the button.  Because of the way they work you can't add RunOnly users to a Flow started from a PowerApps button.



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Pstork1
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Typical flows that run because some event triggered them run in the context of the user who created them.  Flows that are manually started from the Flow app or a PowerApps button are different.  They run in the context of the user who clicks on the button.  Because of the way they work you can't add RunOnly users to a Flow started from a PowerApps button.



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Well that sucks.  But, I appreciate the quick response @Pstork1. Thank you Smiley Happy
The article appears I can either add a list as co-owner or add a list as run-only.   

Add a list as a co-owner

Let’s suppose you have a flow that runs when an item is created or modified in a SharePoint list – say Turbine Energy Distribution, this flow also does a Get item from another list called Turbines. You can add both lists as co-owners to the flow so that everyone who has edit access to the list automatically gets edit access to the flow. Once the flow has been shared, you can simply distribute a link to it."

Add a list as run-only user

Similarly, let’s suppose you have a flow that sends out a document for approval and it references the Documents library. From the Flow details screen, you can add the Site and corresponding Documents library as a run-only user, so that now all users that have read/write access to the Document library automatically have permissions to run the flow from the Flow menu in SharePoint.

 

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