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Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

flow licensing question connecting to onpremise or salesforce

flow licensing question connecting to onpremise or salesforce.

Want to know if a flow connecting to onpremise sharepoint or salesforce requires to purchase license for onpremise users or salesforce users? If we have automation to upload a file to ftp when users add a file onpremise or send an email to user whn task is complete in on premise sharepoint. These users from salesforce or onpremise do not exist on cloud flow office 365. What we will do we will give few admin flow users access to salesforce.com and onpremise and then these admin users will pickup file and upload to ftp.

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Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

Re: flow licensing question connecting to onpremise or salesforce

Regarding SP on-premises, you just need to install the gateway and you can connect, no need to purchase office365 license. Similarly for Salesforce.

 

Flow will just use the credentials specified in the each connector.

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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Re: flow licensing question connecting to onpremise or salesforce

OPDG is now a Premium Connector unless you were whitelisted/grandfathered in as an existing user prior to that Feb 2019 license change for OPDG connections.

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