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I had this problem and here is a fresh solution to it. Had problems with sharing the actual connection though, it did not recognize me as an owner for some reason but I found a workaround for that below:
1. Follow video https://youtu.be/ROKO589RBnQ
2. Attempt to share connection to someone/grp, save your user GUID.
3. Create instant flow with these steps (actually I did not need Get Custom Connectors as Admin) on an admin account in the environment:
From the out data of "Get connections as admin", CTRL+F your connection name and in $connection variable, you can find apiId: "/providers/microsoft.powerapps/apis/_your custom connector ID_"
Copy last ID which is your Connector Name for last step in flow.
Environment name is the one when you browse https://make.powerapps.com/environments/_Environment name_ so copy last bit there.
4. Fill in CanEdit in put Role Name and put Principal Object ID, fill in your user GUID that wants to be able to share connection.
5. Run flow.
You now should be able to share the connection without errors. Worked for me atleast!
If anyone is still struggling with this there is a workaround.
In the environment goto Data and tables. At bottom of list of tables you should see option to see more tables. Click it then search for connectors.
Select the connectors table, goto Data and should see your custom connector, edit the item. You will be in dynamics so UI will look different, there will be share option in top menu, once shared here the user should see the connector.
hey @Dave48 ,
I've tried doing this workaround, but the custom connector still doesn't show up, should the user have specific permission for this or do full permissions work?
i gave the read write and share when sharing. As long as the user as environment maker should work, though could try adding basic user as well (as the connector is a dataverse table they need a security role that allows access to default tables)
Looks like an update to the table view has removed the option to edito the connector. There is another workaround.
In Power apps goto settings and select 'Advance Settings'
You shuld be in the old dynmics page, from there click the filter icon in top right. In the filter popup select Look for: 'Connectors', then click results. You shuld see list of all custom connectors, click on the one you want and that should take you to the edit screen where you can share
Thanks for this workaround. I was able to use it to add a teammate individually. I've tried adding an email enabled Security Group but can't seem to find it in the lookup. Do you know if there's a way to add Security Groups through this route?
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