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aec2018
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Is there a way to control and design the no access page?

I'm creating a PowerApp that will have some restricted data on it so it can't be open to all. The users/security groups I add in the security settings will be able to access it but there will be new users that won't have access and be blocked. On a regular website, they would land on a page that states they're not authorized and links them to the steps to gain access. Is this somehow possible with PowerApps?

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TheRobRush
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Unless you mean these people can't even open the app at all, not just controlled app side, in which case no I don't think you can edit microsofts default messages for if you do not have access to the app itself

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TheRobRush
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just place an overlay on your startpage that looks how you want it and do a check on your determining criteria as its visible value

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TheRobRush
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Unless you mean these people can't even open the app at all, not just controlled app side, in which case no I don't think you can edit microsofts default messages for if you do not have access to the app itself

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Yeah, that's what I mean. They wouldn't even be able to open the app itself because they're not part of the security groups allowed access to it. My only other idea is to create a completely open PowerApp that has the steps to gain access and a link to the secure one. If you click the link and get denied, you know where to find info on how to get authorized. Kind of silly to have to create two separate apps but oh well.

Without giving away any information you don't want to, what are the steps they would need to go through to request access?

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I'm not exactly sure (have to ask the PM on the project) but my guess is certain trainings and requests for joining specific security groups. All things that would just be linked out and done in other internal company environments. 

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