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Finding the TennantID

Probably a silly question. Do you know where I can find the tennantID for PowerApps? I can find the environment, session and appid but no obvious location for the main tennant. 

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OK I feel silly. THanks for your help! The tennant ID can also be found in the URL of the main web.powerapps.com page. Doh'! 

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dimi
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Do you mean this: https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/ActiveDirectoryMenuBlade/Properties

(Click on it and log in with the account you want to know the tenant id from)

 

Let me know if that was what you wanted to know.

iAm_ManCat
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Hey,

 

If you create a Flow trigger from the App and then use the PowerPlatform for Admins and/or PowerApps for Admins connectors, you can get the tenantID directly:

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So once you have that, you could send that back to PowerApps (assuming that's what you're doing?) using Respond to PowerApps

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Or you could have set it as a variable or a Compose so that it doesnt run for each loop and send back for each - point is there are many different ways to do this. I have for example written our company's PowerApp data extraction Flow so that it pushes all that data to multiple sharepoint lists, which my Apps can then pick up easily without worrying about admin permissions to Apps being required.

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OK I feel silly. THanks for your help! The tennant ID can also be found in the URL of the main web.powerapps.com page. Doh'! 

Hey,

 

The ID in the Web.powerapps URL is the EnvironmentID, not the TenantID - if you change your environment you'll see that it changes while you are still within the same tenant:

 

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Cheers,

ManCat

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dimi
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@iAm_ManCatthat is correct however, having a Default environment (and not changing it) will have your Tenant Id so my guess is that this is the case for @BrianKnight  🙂

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