Webhooks and Microsoft Power Automate (orig. MS Flow)

Description
I need help in using MS Power Automate to parse data from a Webhook app in Zoom. It appears I have everything configured, but I am getting a 401 error. Based on comments from other forums there was some question about the URI encoding of the URL provided by Microsoft as the webhook endpoint, but I resolved those issues (I believe)

Error
Webhook Log:
responseData: {
error: {
code: “DirectApiRequestHasMoreThanOneAuthorization”,
message: “The request has both SAS authentication scheme and ‘XXXXXXXXXXXX’
authorization scheme. Only one scheme should be used.”
}

Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
Webhook

Which Endpoint/s?
MS Power Automate
https://prod-86.westus.logic.azure.com/workflows/XXXXXXXXXXXX/triggers/manual/paths/invoke?api-version=2016-06-01&sp=/triggers/manual/run&sv=1.0&sig=XXXXXXXXXX

Removing the sig token results in the following error:
responseData: {

error: {

code: “DirectApiInvalidAuthorizationScheme”,

message: “The provided authentication token is not valid. Only ‘basic’ or ‘bearer’ type of token is supported.”

}
and this error on the Power Automate URL side: {“error”:{“code”:“DirectApiAuthorizationRequired”,“message”:“The request must be authenticated only by Shared Access scheme.”}}

Some Solutions:
I found a blog on the following site for a different service that had the ability to turn off the Bearer Token that seems to relate to this issue:

I changed directions and used AWS to create a lambda function as a connector/translator between webhook JSON formats. I tried a couple other things on the MIcrosoft Power Automate end and found another forum discussing the topic, but ultimately AWS proved to be easier to implement.

Glad you found a solution @mkumar05!