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zdzunic
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Helper I

Error in PVA - sign up was disabled by admin

I try to create Chatbot using PVA for Teams.
I use company tenant and add PVA in Teams as App. Then I got Start Screen but after clicking on Button for Starting Trial Version I become the following error:
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Admin enabled all necessary privileges in MS Team center  - but still I got the same error.

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Should we define other privileges or some other licences? Any Experience with this?

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renatoromao
Super User
Super User

Hi @zdzunic ,

 

You are accessing the PVA for the Web link.

If you want to build a chatbot within the Teams, you need to open your MS Teams Desktop app or teams.microsoft.com >> go to Apps >> search by Power Virtual Agents >> Add that app >> build a chatbot.

 

Create conversational chatbots in Microsoft Teams - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs 


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Renato Romão,

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Actually, I did exactly what you explained. I tried to create PVA Chat Bot from Teams. But after a few steps, I become the error I explained up.

renatoromao
Super User
Super User

@zdzunic ,

 

Did your admin assign a license to your user?

Sign up for a trial - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs

Assign user licenses and manage access - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs


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mivakoc
PVA
PVA

Hi, 

Control for subscribing to viral trials is managed via Power Shell commands as linked from our docs. See details here: Self-service sign-up for email-verified users - Azure AD | Microsoft Docs

Your admin will have to run the commands and set AllowAdHocSubscriptions to true if you want to use PVA on the web. 

Michael 

Thanks for your answer,
is your suggestion also valid for using PVA in Teams. My admin has to also set AllowAdHocSubsription if we want to use PVA in Teams or that is important only for PVA on the Web?

If you have qualifying M365 subscription that includes PVA and your admin has not turned on PVA Office 365 service plans than you don't have to enable AllowAdHocSubscriptions to use PVA authoring in teams. Please follow these instructions on how to add PVA for Teams app in your Teams and let me know if you still see any issues. Create conversational chatbots in Microsoft Teams - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs

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