Secure Input/Output in Power Automate Run History

Isn’t it just too easy to see from Flow (Power Automate’s) Runs what data was passed on? A simple switch in the Power Automate designer will secure this.

Default Behavior

By default, if you have access to the Flow, you can simply go in and see the inputs
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Secure Input / Output

In the Flow designer, you can select and step and go to Settings
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And turn on Secure Input / Output depending on what you want. It says this is still in Preview as of the day of writing this post.
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Once this is Active, it is denoted by a Lock symbol on the step you enabled it on.
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And now, when you try to look at the data, it will hide away the information
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Note: Please note that this will run only for the Run History records after this was turned on. The previous records will continue to show the data.

 

Hope this helps!!

New ‘Capacity’ analytics on PowerPlatform Admin Center

We are quickly transitioning over from Organization Insights which came as a managed solution inside D365 to CDS For Apps Analytics on the PowerPlatform Admin Center. My past blog on the same (CDS For Apps Analytics instead of Organization Insights. Power Platform Admin Center).

And now, the same is revamped as Capacity in PowerPlatform Admin Center.

So, if you go to Storage in CDS For Apps analytics, you’ll see this –
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Capacity

You can access Capacity section directory from this URL – https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/analytics/capacity

Or from the left hand menu as below –

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Now, as opposed to previously summarized % of the total capacity available, Microsoft is providing new entitlements for different types of storage consumption –

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Zoomed below

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As mentioned above, the bifurcation is as follows –

DATABASE: All other entities apart from the ones mentioned below.

FILE: Attachment, AnnotationBase tables

LOG: AuditBase, PluginTraceLogBase tables

 

Per Environment View

A Per Environment View looks like below and you can click on the Graph icon to go into the details
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At this point, information for the Graphical details are yet to be available. I’ll update post this is available for me too.

Availability

New Capacity model differs and will be available once the current term ends. More information from the links in the More Information section below
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More Information

You can refer more on Capacity here – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/capacity-storage

Microsoft’s FAQs – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/capacity-storage#faq

Hope this quick summary helps!