Introduction to the Power Automate Azure Virtual Desktop integration starter kit

The Microsoft Power Automate Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) Integration Starter Kit is a set of templates that are designed to help orchestrate and scale virtual machines used to run desktop flows. The kit includes a Power App and multiple flows to automate the scaling up and down of the machine pool. The assets part of the starter kit should be seen as a template from which you inherit your individual solution or can serve as inspiration for implementing your own apps and flows.

You can download the latest version of the Power Automate AVD Starter Kit for the GitHub repository.


Despite the fact that underlying features and components used to build the kit (such as Dataverse, admin APIs, and connectors) are fully supported, the kit itself represents sample implementations of these features. Our customers and community can use and customize these features to implement admin and governance capabilities in their organizations.

If you face issues with:

  • Using the kit: Report your issue at the GitHub repo issues section. Microsoft support won't help you with issues related to this kit, but they will help with related, underlying platform and feature issues.
  • The core features in Microsoft Power Platform: Use your standard channel to contact Support.

Getting started

After following the instructions to install and configure the starter kit, start by launching the AVD integration configuration app and creating a new scaling configuration.