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No output when using "Get groups of a user (V2)"

Hello All,

I am trying to use "Get groups of a user (V2)" action in Power Automate to get all the groups that a user belong to. But could not figure out what I am missing. Here is the entire body of my flow


Also in azure side, I gave permission to the  "MSFT Power Platform - Azure AD"  enterprise application like this:


But when I run the flow, "Apply to Each" action is always empty.



The user do belong to multiple groups as an owner and member.



Please suggest how to verify the Azure AD action has correct permission and is configured properly.


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Hi @Nixar ,


I have the same permissions as you and just tried the action and it is working as expected.  Can you:


1) Verify the user is in fact part of a security enabled group

2) Test with another user

3) Test with another action in the AAD connector e.g. Get Group Members

4) Try deleting and recreating the connection under Data > Connections




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Thanks Eric for the reply. As per your suggestion, I tested using "Create User" Azure AD action and was able to create user in AD. So I knew the connector was working and then when I changed "Security Enabled Only" to  "No", it WORKED!! 

Do you know what "Security Enabled Only" is for and why we have to set its value to Yes or No. May be if you can point me to some documentation about permissions for Azure AD connector.



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