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Helper II
Helper II

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Hello everyone

I need a big help here I am writing a powershell script to execute from my powerapps. I pass three parameters into the flow which is the environment (ie Para1), User Guid(ie Para 2) and the APP ID GUid (ie Para 3). I need to make it run as a powershell script

 

Below is my code that is going to create a file in onedrive. I am just guessing this is the way to do it

 

param([string] $Environ = Para1,
[string] $Userguid = Para2,
[string] $Appguid = Para3
)https://australia.flow.microsoft.com/manage/environments/ab6675c6-b992-4ca9-80d8-b87f1dfcb9d1/flows/... 
Remove-AdminPowerAppRoleAssignment -$Environ -AppName $Appguid -RoleId $Userguid

 

I have attached what I have created in flow and if someone can find the solution I would really appreciate it

I have attached two images of my flow

 

 

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Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

Hi @mpezzutti 

 

I do not see the screenshots. And please track this post here as it seems to be a duplicate one : https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Power-Automate/Power-Shell-script/m-p/454637#M45115 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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