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End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permission

1. Have created a MS Flow to search a string like startswith, endswith and like.

2. Used the flow in powerapp to display the search result.

After sharing the application with end user, getting pop-up asking for permission to use while accessing the appilcation. Is there any way to avoid this?

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Re: End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permissi

Hi @Anonymous,

Do you create a flow connection within your app?

Do you add a Microsoft Flow for Admins connection and Flow Management connection within your app or your flow?

If you add a Microsoft Flow for Admins connection and Flow Management connection within your app or your flow, the end users who want to access this shared app must provide their own credentials to access the Microsoft Flow for Admins service and the Flow Management service.

If the end users want to create a connection to Microsoft Flow for Admins connector or Flow Management connector, they must meet the following prerequisites:

1. A paid PowerApps Plan 2 license or a PowerApps Plan 2 trial license. You can sign-up for a 30-day trial license at http://web.powerapps.com/trial. Trial licenses can be renewed if they've expired.
2. Office 365 Global Administrator or Azure Active Directory Global Administrator permissions if you need to search through another user’s resources. (Note that Environment Admins only have access to those environments and environment resources for which they have permissions, and global admins can see all resources across the tenant.)

Please check the following blog for more details:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/new-connectors-for-powerapps-and-flow-resources/

If your end users don't have permission to access the Microsoft Flow for Admins connector and Flow Management connector, they could not use your shared app.

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Re: End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permissi

once they sign in they wont be asked again, however the flow for admins one might not work if they arent an actual admin.
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Re: End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permissi

 

 

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Re: End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permissi

@Anonymous, can you share more about what you're using the Admin connector for? Are you wanting all users to have access to that connector in this app?

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Re: End users getting pop-up asking for permission when launching PowerApp after giving the permissi

Hi @Anonymous,

Do you create a flow connection within your app?

Do you add a Microsoft Flow for Admins connection and Flow Management connection within your app or your flow?

If you add a Microsoft Flow for Admins connection and Flow Management connection within your app or your flow, the end users who want to access this shared app must provide their own credentials to access the Microsoft Flow for Admins service and the Flow Management service.

If the end users want to create a connection to Microsoft Flow for Admins connector or Flow Management connector, they must meet the following prerequisites:

1. A paid PowerApps Plan 2 license or a PowerApps Plan 2 trial license. You can sign-up for a 30-day trial license at http://web.powerapps.com/trial. Trial licenses can be renewed if they've expired.
2. Office 365 Global Administrator or Azure Active Directory Global Administrator permissions if you need to search through another user’s resources. (Note that Environment Admins only have access to those environments and environment resources for which they have permissions, and global admins can see all resources across the tenant.)

Please check the following blog for more details:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/new-connectors-for-powerapps-and-flow-resources/

If your end users don't have permission to access the Microsoft Flow for Admins connector and Flow Management connector, they could not use your shared app.

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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