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halifaxious
Resolver II
Resolver II

cannot turn on my flows

Today I exported a managed solution for the first time. My intent was to install it on my test environment where I am have the system administrator role. Installation seemed to go well. I created new connections and I imported some data. Then I tried to turn on my solution's flows. Apparently I don't have permission to do so! Here's the error I got:

Turn on failed. Flow client error returned with status code "Forbidden" and details "{"error":{"code":"MissingAdequateQuotaPolicy","message":"The user '822ab623-a5bd-4b8e-8bf8-1b4a2409a825' does not have a service plan adequate for the non-Standard connection 'Microsoft Dataverse'. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2123710","extendedData":{}}}"

From my reading, it appears that I may need the Environment Admin role to turn on flows from managed solutions? This role is not listed in the roles for my environment(s).

  • First, how do I get this role?
  • And second, why is turning on flows on my own environment not something a sysadmin can do?

(I should mention that both I and my employer are very new to Power Platform.)

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HSheild
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Hi @halifaxious ,

 

1. if you have Dataverse in your environment then the Environment Admin role is actually the System Administrator role.  It is mentioned here Environments overview - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

2. The error message looks to be licensing related rather than permission.  System Administrators can definitely turn on flows.  What licenses does your user have?  Is your user the owner of the flow you are trying to enable?

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HSheild
Super User
Super User

Hi @halifaxious ,

 

1. if you have Dataverse in your environment then the Environment Admin role is actually the System Administrator role.  It is mentioned here Environments overview - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

2. The error message looks to be licensing related rather than permission.  System Administrators can definitely turn on flows.  What licenses does your user have?  Is your user the owner of the flow you are trying to enable?

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halifaxious
Resolver II
Resolver II

My confusion stemmed from my dev environment letting me turn on flows but my test environment forbidding that, despite having sysadmin in both envs.  Turns out it was just that the dev env hadn't sync'd with my license status yet. Now I can't turn flows on in either environment-- not convenient, but at least consistent!

 

Off to buy a license.

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