Install and manage an on-premises data gateway to securely integrate a variety of cloud-based apps with your on-premise data and applications through Microsoft Flow.


  • The user name and password that you used to sign up for Microsoft Flow.
  • Administrative permissions on a gateway. (You have these permissions by default for each gateway that you install, and an administrator of another gateway can grant you these permissions for that gateway.)
  • A license that supports gateways. For more information, see the “Connectivity” section of the pricing page.
  • Gateways and on-premises connections can only be created and used in the user's default environment.

View accessible gateways

In the top header of Flow, click or tap the account menu, and then click or tap My gateways.

Gateway under manage

Note: If you've been granted access to a gateway in PowerApps, that gateway will also show up in this list.

Install a gateway

If you don't have a gateway, click or tap Add a gateway in the upper-right corner (or download the installer directly), and then run the installation wizard. After you register and configure your gateway successfully, it shows up in this list.

Note: Be sure to use the same credentials to register your gateway as you use to sign in to Flow.

Gateway installation

For details about how to install and configure a gateway, see Understand gateways.