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Flow and Powerapps are two most powerful tools in office 365 arsenal and can automate IT, business processes and can create applications in no time.
With that being said Power Users that become fluent in using these can easily move data around and can connect to hundred of third-party application which your security department may not allow.
To apply these restrictions you can apply Data Policies in PowerApps Admin center:(This applies to both FLOW and PowerAPPS)
Before creating the policy, you should first extract the report on what is being used in your environment so that you are aware about what will be impacted after implementation.
To get the report –> go to Environments –> Select environment –> Resources
Download List.(See last Column for connections used)
Now you know which PowerAPPs are using which different connectors.
I am not able to find a similar way to extract different flow…
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