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srjohny
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Power automate Licensing

Hello Everyone, I've in my plan Power Automate for office 365, but I would like to schedule some Power automate desktop flow, What is the license I need to Buy? Power Automate per user plan is enough or Power Automate per user with attended RPA plan? what option give me premium? 

 

Thank you. 

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jorgeroque
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello @srjohny 

 

In case you only wish to deploy flows on Power Automate Desktop using on-prem data, your MSA will already allow you to do so.

 

However, if you want to run flows using Cloud connectors you indeed will need to subscribe the Per User with Attended RPA plan and not the Per User Plan, with key differences being:

 

  • Connectivity with cloud flows (triggering/scheduling flows);

 

  • Dataverse storage: save new desktop flows built with Power Automate centrally in Dataverse, benefiting from Environment isolation and role-based access;

 

  • Sharing and Collaboration: share flows between team members and select access level such as co-development or run-only;

 

  • Centralized management and reporting: new flows and any execution logs are automatically saved to Power Automate service to provide centralized management and reporting;

 

  • Additional capabilities: such as AI Builder, integration with cloud flows, use of over 400+ premium and custom connectors, unattended RPA (with unattended addon), and much more.

 

Here you can find the link with the complete information: Power Automate for desktop prerequisites & limitations - Power Automate | Microsoft Docs

 

 

I hope this clarifies your question. If so, please consider marking the question as Solved in order to help other members finding this answer.

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jorgeroque
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello @srjohny 

 

In case you only wish to deploy flows on Power Automate Desktop using on-prem data, your MSA will already allow you to do so.

 

However, if you want to run flows using Cloud connectors you indeed will need to subscribe the Per User with Attended RPA plan and not the Per User Plan, with key differences being:

 

  • Connectivity with cloud flows (triggering/scheduling flows);

 

  • Dataverse storage: save new desktop flows built with Power Automate centrally in Dataverse, benefiting from Environment isolation and role-based access;

 

  • Sharing and Collaboration: share flows between team members and select access level such as co-development or run-only;

 

  • Centralized management and reporting: new flows and any execution logs are automatically saved to Power Automate service to provide centralized management and reporting;

 

  • Additional capabilities: such as AI Builder, integration with cloud flows, use of over 400+ premium and custom connectors, unattended RPA (with unattended addon), and much more.

 

Here you can find the link with the complete information: Power Automate for desktop prerequisites & limitations - Power Automate | Microsoft Docs

 

 

I hope this clarifies your question. If so, please consider marking the question as Solved in order to help other members finding this answer.

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