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Resolver II
Resolver II

What is the purpose of DLP if you can bypass it using child flow response

DLP is for protecting company by specifying business group and non-business group ( and block list also), connector in different group can not be used in same flow.

 

However, you can create one flow which contains only business group connector , then call child flow which contains only non-business connector, and you can get response from child flow.

 

which means. you can bypass DLP, because business group flow can communicate with non-business group 

 

I wonder if this is by design or it will be change (forbidden )in the future?

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: What is the purpose of DLP if you can bypass it using child flow response

Hello @MinRao

 

Consider changing the DLP to restrict that certain connector all together.

 

Supervisors and mangers should not fully rely on DLP settings.

 

Great point though, consider posting an idea on the ideas section:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Give-Feedback-Share-Ideas/ct-p/FL_Comm_Ideas





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