Associate in context flows to an app
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Feb 9, 2023 4:00 PM

Associate in context flows to an app

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In today’s post, I’m going over how you can associate those flows that fall within the context of a Power Apps solution, to those apps! Lets talk licensing… YUP

So, if you purchase and use Power Apps premium licensing, there are a number of Power Automate capabilities which are premium that you can take advantage of within the scope of your Power Apps license.

If you’re developing a Power Apps solution, where you have flows which have a design intention of supporting the power apps solution, these flows can sometimes be considered within the context of an app, where your Power Apps premium licensing covers these flows.

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The Add-AdminFlowPowerAppContext is a PowerShell cmdlet used to manage Microsoft Power Automate (previously known as Microsoft Flow). This cmdlet is used to add an administrative context to a Power Automate app and it is specifically used for environments where multiple users share a single instance of a Power Automate app.

The Add-AdminFlowPowerAppContext cmdlet allows an administrator to add the context of the Power Automate app to their PowerShell session, which allows them to manage the app and its associated flows. For example, an administrator can use the cmdlet to create, update, or delete flows, or retrieve information about the app and its flows.

Note that Add-AdminFlowPowerAppContext cmdlet is part of the Microsoft Power Automate Management module, which must be installed in order to use the cmdlet.

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