Power Automate Desktop

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Planning for licensing in unattended and attended RPA solutions with Power Automate Desktop

Microsoft’s RPA tool, Power Automate Desktop, has two modes – unattended and attended. In this post, I’ll look into the implications of these two and how it affects the features and licensing. I’ve written previously about RPA and Power Automate… Read More »Planning for licensing in unattended and attended RPA solutions with Power Automate Desktop

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Changing from Data Gateway to Direct Connection in Power Automate Desktop in a hybrid setup

Power Automate Desktop, the core tool for Microsoft’s Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vision, is already progressing well with the most recent changes to Power Platform. I wrote an in-depth look at Power Automate Desktop recently, so if you’re not familiar… Read More »Changing from Data Gateway to Direct Connection in Power Automate Desktop in a hybrid setup

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An in-depth look at Microsoft Power Automate Desktop and building Robotic Process Automations

I’ve spent a considerable time during my career automating and scripting things. I started with plain old MS-DOS .BAT files moved to Unix shell scripts and evolved via Perl to a collection of “hey, let’s use awk/sed/grep/find” VBScript. Eventually, I… Read More »An in-depth look at Microsoft Power Automate Desktop and building Robotic Process Automations