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This module shows how to use the WinAutomation connector to run WinAutomation from a Power Automate flow. It shows how to create a flow in Power Automate which passes arguments through the command line to WinAutomation, and how to retrieve those arguments from the command line in WinAutomation.
In this module, you will:
Create a flow in Power Automate that passes arguments through the command line to WinAutomation.
Create a process in WinAutomation that retrieves arguments from the command line.
Use arguments as variables in a WinAutomation process.
Either a paid or trial Power Automate plan.
A work or school account to sign into your Windows device with administrator privileges and Power Automate.
A device that runs Windows 10 Pro, Windows Server 2016, or Windows Server 2019.
Microsoft Edge (version 80 or later) or other supported browser.
An environment with a Microsoft Dataverse database.