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AMR80
Helper I
Helper I

How to Bypass user consent to run a Flow

I have a Flow that my users can run on a selected item in SharePoint, but the first time any user attempts to run this flow (from within SharePoint), they get a consent popup (like you see with PowerApps) to make sure the connections are ok. Can we bypass this with a PowerShell cmdlet like you can with a Power App? I am familiar with this command for Power Apps: 

Run PowerShell as Administrator

Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent -AppName appid-goes-here

Source: Solved: Re: End Users receive pop-up asking for permission... - Page 3 - Power Platform Community (m...

 

But in this case, I need to bypass the "Run flow" prompt you see below.... Is there a way to do that? 

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manuelstgomes
Super User II
Super User II

HI @AMR80 

 

Not that I'm aware of. Power Automate needs consent so that the connections are validated. But probably someone else here has a workaround that can help.

 

Cheers
Manuel

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