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dynamicsgeek
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D365 and Flow Licensing question

I am working on several Flows in Power Automate within a Production environment that contains a CDS with Dynamics Apps. The user that owns the flow is a licensed Dynamics user. If I export the flow and move the Flow to the {Tenant} (Default) environment and run the Flow under the same user, will they still be covered under the API requests limits for that licensed Dynamics user?

 

I believe yes because license is at the tenant level, not the environment level, correct? I have read several articles and the licensing guide but want to see if anyone else had the same interpretation

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abm
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Hi @dynamicsgeek 

 

tenant is the account you create in the Microsoft Online Services environment (such as Office 365) when you sign up for a subscription.  So in theory that should cover the license for multiple environments.

 

Thanks



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