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Custom Connector Lost Owner - Cannot Delete

We have a cusotm connector added to our dev environment. We are no longer needing this connector and need it removed. However, it no longer has an owner. 

 

We've attempted to use PowerShell cmdlets under the tentnat global admin, and still cannot remove it. The othe rproblem with this is that when pakcaging up the PowerApps canvas app project, it's included but not refefenced anywhere.

 

How can we remove this from our environment?

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Re: Custom Connector Lost Owner - Cannot Delete

The tenant admin should use the PowerShell cmdlets to grant access to another user who can then remove it.

Admin cmdlets

Read, update, and delete custom connector permissions

Get-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Get-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)
Set-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Set-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)
Remove-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Remove-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)

 

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Anonymous
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Re: Custom Connector Lost Owner - Cannot Delete

Hi @mcolbert thank you for proposing this question. I will have our support team review this and an update will be posted in this thread. 

 

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Anonymous
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Re: Custom Connector Lost Owner - Cannot Delete

adding in @CarlosFigueira to review and assist. 

 

@Anonymous

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Anonymous
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Re: Custom Connector Lost Owner - Cannot Delete

The tenant admin should use the PowerShell cmdlets to grant access to another user who can then remove it.

Admin cmdlets

Read, update, and delete custom connector permissions

Get-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Get-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)
Set-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Set-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)
Remove-AdminPowerAppConnectorRoleAssignment (previously Remove-AdminConnectorRoleAssignment)

 

@Anonymous

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