If I create a Powerapp with SQL Server as the datasource/connector, I want to be able to create a trace in the SQL Server Profiler to create a trace on transactions to a certain SQL Server database, which I can do. However, I want the user to show up in the "LoginName" field of the trace table (or trace file). However, for PowerApps I have setup the connection to SQL Server using "Basic" authentication instead of "Windows" authentication. Can I assume that since I use "Basic" authentication, that is the reason why the same user shows up as the "LoginName" in the trace? This user is a database user I created solely to create this connection. Can I assume that using "Windows" authentication would allow whatever user is logged into PowerApps to appear as the "LoginName" in the trace file. Also, would I need to add this windows user as a user in the SQL Server database as well?