I was exploring on how Microsoft Teams can be provisioned using the PowerApps and Power Automate, where I came across this article Provision Teams using Power Apps and Power Automate. In this article, they are asking to import to Power Automate - in one of the Power Automates they are using "HTTP with Azure AD" connection but this connection is not available in my tenant. Has anyone referred to this article and faced the same or any alternative connection for the same?

  • When you are saying HTTP with Azure AD is not available, what do you mean exactly? It means that it does not show up in the list of connectors? Nov 12, 2021 at 0:25
  • Yes are right - it does not show up in the list of connectors.
    – SP 2022
    Nov 15, 2021 at 5:11

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There is a good chance that Power Platform admin setup DLP policies that disabled this connector in your environment.

If DLP is not the cause of it, then the only reason for a missing connector is likely a bug.

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