#TipOfTheWeek – #PowerAutomate

  • #TipOfTheWeek – #PowerAutomate

    Posted by Pablo Moreno on May 8, 2023 at 11:14 am

    To avoid system resources overload and let a flow to run on the background with full control, it is possible to create an Azure Virtual Machine (VM) and run Power Automate desktop with all its functionalities, even without monitor.

    All you have to consider is to edit the file C:\Program Files (x86)\Power Automate Desktop\UIFlowService.exe.config and change the value to true (Default is false), as the default resolution will be 1024×768.

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