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Ginko
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App Designated as Premium w/o Premium Components

As the title states, I have zero premium connections in the app, my only data sources are Sharepoint, Excel Online and Excel import. The app has three screens that have nothing beyond images, gallery's, text box and dropdowns, and radio buttons. It's as barebones as it can get but still showing as Premium.

 

How can I run a scan for what Microsoft is deems Premium in my app? How can I figure out what is being seeing as a Premium connection?

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RandyHayes
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@Ginko 

Any flows in use??

 

Go to your app details and look at the connections to see what is in use.  Also, look at any flows and determine if any of them have a premium connector.

 

If not any of the above...have you ever put a premium connection into the app?  Sometimes they get "stuck".

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@Ginko 

Any flows in use??

 

Go to your app details and look at the connections to see what is in use.  Also, look at any flows and determine if any of them have a premium connector.

 

If not any of the above...have you ever put a premium connection into the app?  Sometimes they get "stuck".

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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There was a single suspended/turned off flow that had SQL as one of the steps. Awfully toxic of Microsoft to factor that in as "Premium", I would have never thought to dig into PowerAutomate flows for a step that relates to a premium connector. That's some rabbit-hole type relationship.

 

Thanks for prompting me to check that deep.

RandyHayes
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@Ginko 

Flows called from PowerApps run under the context of the user.  So, that means the license in use by the user is also applied.  So, if a flow has a premium connector, then it considers the app as premium for that reason.

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