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How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

When users open my app for the first time, a message is appearing that asks permissions to various 365 tools. How can they avoid seeing this screen that asks them to allow access?

 

Thanks

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Super User
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Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

@sienna28
You cannot bypass this. Furthermore, you should not want to bypass this.

In my opinion a user should have the right to know what data is being accessed about them by an app and be able to make a decision whether to share it. It’s the same concept as when you install an iPhone/Android app and get asked for permissions. Wouldn’t you want to know how your personal data is being used?

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Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

As @mdevaney said you really shouldn't bypass this, but if you really want to there is PowerShell that you can run that will automatically accept this for all your users.  You can read about the PowerShell command you need here:

https://www.o365dude.com/2019/01/06/bypass-consent-pop-ups-in-powerapps/



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Helper V
Helper V

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

Thanks - How do I run that command and does each user need to run in on their PC?

 

Sorry I am a beginner to some of this.

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Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

Hi @sienna28 

 

Here are the permissions required to run the command

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-powershell#power-apps-cmdlets-for-ad...

 

This command only needs to be run once and it will apply to all users

 

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Helper V
Helper V

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

Thank you.

 

Where do I find PowerShell in order to type in the command.

I cannot see it in PowerApps anywhere,

 

Thanks

 

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Community Champion
Community Champion

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

A question for @RezaDorrani (who also makes very good videos) I assume you would need to be a system administrator and that this setting would be global Power Apps facility?

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Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

PowerShell isn't in Power Apps.  This is a Power Apps specific cmdlet that you use in regular Power Apps after authenticating to Office 365.  Check the documentation @RezaDorrani mentioned.



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Re: How to avoid message appearing requesting permissions to various 365 tools

From the Docs:  "A user with any of these roles, Office 365 Global admins, Azure Active Directory Global admins, or Dynamics 365 Service administrator, can access the Power Apps admin PowerShell cmdlets. "  Basically a Global Admin from one of the platforms involved.



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