Some of Power Automate Desktop's actions appear to be missing/are not visible.


This issue is caused by the inability to perform certification revocation on the library files that comprise the group of actions inside Power Automate Desktop. 
The prevention of the requisite checks is caused by limited access to the web, due to configurations and rules imposed on the user's PC.


Power Automate Desktop is required to be online to function properly. 
Validating a certification requires checking for certification revocation by either downloading a certificate revocation list (CRL) or using OCSP.  

1. The following table lists endpoint data requirements for connectivity from a user's machine for desktop flows runs. 
These endpoints should be whitelisted from the corporate network in order to allow access to them:

Endpoint type




Worldwide endpoints 


Access to the CRL server for the public cloud.

For more info on Desktop flows services required for runtime, please see here: IP address configuration | Microsoft Docs 

2. If an enterprise has restricted online access, then group policy can be used to apply an appropriate policy for the preferred method for revocation check.  

More can be found out here: Manage Revocation Checking Policy | Microsoft Docs 

The requisite certificates can be downloaded from here and here.

The Certificate Revocation Lists can be downloaded from here and here

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