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Power Automate – End of support for the List Flows as Admin action with the Power Automate Management connector

Power Automate – End of support for the List Flows as Admin action with the Power Automate Management connector

If you use the List Flows as Admin action with the Power Automate Management connector, make sure you're aware of the recent changes. The List Flows as Admin action has reached end of support and been replaced by the List Flows as Admin (V2) action. This transition to a new action is being made to prevent any future disruptions to customer services.

Starting August 2023, the List Flows as Admin action will be completely deprecated, and the calls to its supporting API will fail at runtime. This may cause issues for older PowerShell cmdlets versions, older Center of Excellence Starter Kit versions, and calls to the deprecated List flows as Admin action. Therefore, it's important to transition to using the new List Flows as Admin (V2) action for your new and existing flows. You can find existing flows with the PowerShell script in Transition to List Flows as Admin V2. Additionally, if you use COE Starter Kit, ensure that it is updated to the latest release, and if you use PowerShell, update the Microsoft.PowerApps.Administration.PowerShell module.

If you have any questions, visit the community forum post on the transition to List Flows as Admin V2. Stay informed to avoid any disruptions!

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