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Kilkent
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Flow still active from unlicensed user

Hi guys,

I'm fairly new at my job and was given and old O365 user account to get myself familiar with the whole setup and made some flows with that user. I have now got myself my own user, and taken over the other users license. I have remade the flows to keep them active, but it seems that the flows from the old user are still working. I know I can just turn the flows off from my new user, but it doesn't help if I want to update the flows in the future. Does anyone know how I can delete the flows from an unlicensed user?

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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @Kilkent,

 

Well, please see the following Quotes:

"

Microsoft Flow is a fully public cloud service, and everyone in the world can sign up and use it to automate their day-to-day tasks. To use Microsoft Flow there is no requirements that users have or use an Office 365 account. Because of this, there’s no mechanism at this time for you to block another person from using Flow (as everyone in the world can, irrespective of their email address).

However, if a person signs up for Microsoft Flow, and you choose to not support them inside of your organization, they can in no way incur costs to your company. When an individual signs up for Microsoft Flow, that is a relationship between that individual and Microsoft directly, like any many public cloud services from Microsoft, such as Bing, Wunderlist, OneDrive or Outlook.com, and does not in any way imply that the service is provided by your organization.

Finally, if your company wishes to restrict the use of organizational-only data inside of Microsoft Flow, that is possible through Data loss prevention (DLP) policies.

"

Please read more in the article below:

Flow in your organization Q&A

If you have any further questions, please feel free to post back.

Regards

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @Kilkent,

 

Well, please see the following Quotes:

"

Microsoft Flow is a fully public cloud service, and everyone in the world can sign up and use it to automate their day-to-day tasks. To use Microsoft Flow there is no requirements that users have or use an Office 365 account. Because of this, there’s no mechanism at this time for you to block another person from using Flow (as everyone in the world can, irrespective of their email address).

However, if a person signs up for Microsoft Flow, and you choose to not support them inside of your organization, they can in no way incur costs to your company. When an individual signs up for Microsoft Flow, that is a relationship between that individual and Microsoft directly, like any many public cloud services from Microsoft, such as Bing, Wunderlist, OneDrive or Outlook.com, and does not in any way imply that the service is provided by your organization.

Finally, if your company wishes to restrict the use of organizational-only data inside of Microsoft Flow, that is possible through Data loss prevention (DLP) policies.

"

Please read more in the article below:

Flow in your organization Q&A

If you have any further questions, please feel free to post back.

Regards

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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