I wish it was a more clear message on whether we have access to or not.
So I thought all the work I did to record the steps was lost, but I can click click around to "Edit" or "Test" somewhat.
Just to support this blog entry. I'm experiencing the same issue. Configured everything like the doc mentioned (Gateway, Connection, etc.) but still getting the error. Testing UI Flow works like a charm but can not trigger it through a Flow. Tested it in two tenants (work & personal environment) and different environments (default and a new created one) and everywhere the same error.
I got an answer from a software engineer from Microsoft. You need to create a new environment to avoid this error. This happens only in existing environments and Microsoft is working to backfill existing environments.
Thanks @KristianB I was able to create a new environment and successfully automate a desktop UI Flow from Power Automate.
Me parece que ese error es por un tema de regiónes, el Gateway y la suscrpción de O365 deben estar en la misma región. Hice la siguiente prueba:
Cree una nueva suscripción de O365 (Trial) con región de "USA"
Instale On-Premises data gateway
Configure On-Premises data gateway
Ingrese a Power Automate
Cree un nuevo entorno con región de "USA"
Cree un flujo de interfaz de usuario
Luego guarde mi UIFlow
Cree un flujo de automatización desde cero
Desde el flujo de automatización dispare mi UIFlow y todo OK.
I am getting the same error,
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