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SimonTocker
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Disparity of connections, Flows vs Cmdlets

When using cmdlets to get the connectors,  the following connector is not returned in the list of connectors,

              shared_sendmail

This connector does exist, it can be found in the apps/flows connectors and used,  it can be picked up by the Admin Connectors, it is visible in the DLP configuration UI.

But it is not being returned by the cmdlet  Get-PowerAppConnector.

 

Also talking about Odd Connectors,   the HTTPWebHook is not visible in the connectors list, I know it exists, there are flows using, 

its visible in the DLP UI   it along with Http and HttpRequestReceived,  do not have an ID that matches the others whilst they have a path of "/providers/Microsoft.PowerApps/apis/"   these have no path, when viewing them in the DLP output.   They are not listed by the cmdlet

I have a feeling that Http used to be shared_http.

We need some consistency between data returned by admin flow, cmdlets, dlp UI.   We are trying to create automated routines to monitor all these, and I know COE does some of this, but they too will suffer from these renames and inconsitencies.

Content Conversion is another missing Connector and has to be forced into the DLP along with Project Roadmap.

There are a few topics here, but they are all inconsitencies in mgt tools not reporting and missing stuff out.
thx.

 

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EricRegnier
Super User
Super User

Hi @SimonTocker, many of the Cmdlets are still in preview, which I assume can be a reason of its inconsistency. I suggest to report those missing connectors to Microsoft by submitting a ticket at https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/support 

Cheers

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EricRegnier
Super User
Super User

Hi @SimonTocker, many of the Cmdlets are still in preview, which I assume can be a reason of its inconsistency. I suggest to report those missing connectors to Microsoft by submitting a ticket at https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/support 

Cheers

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