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Helper II

Licenses requirement for On-premises data gateway




I would like to have several service accounts to be used for my various On-Prem gateways. What license do i need to give those accounts? I tried the licenses below, but the gateway doesn’t show up in Flow. Meaning, the gateway client signs in fine, but i dont see it in Flow.


Also, when i'm trying to see a list of gateways in flow, it just signs me out. In Flow, I click on the gear icon > Gateways. It redirects to, tries to load and then it just signs me out


Finally, is there a Linux version of the On-Prem gateway?


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Community Support

Hi @JoeO,


If you want to use a On-premises Data Gateway within your Microsoft Flow, you should provide a Flow for Offce 365 or Flow for Dynamics 365 license for it at least. But there are still some limits to the Office 365 or Dynamics 365 license.


More details about the license requirements for the On-premises Data Gateway within Microsoft Flow, please check the "Connectivity" section of the following Pricing Page:


In addition, the On-premises Data Gateway could only be installed within the Default environment of your Microsoft Flow.


More details about managing On-premises Data Gateway in Microsoft Flow, please check the following article:


More details about the Installation and configuration requirements for the On-premises Data Gateway in Microsoft Flow, please check the following article:




Best regards,



Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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