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andyJDL
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Office 365 (F1) license included PowerApps features

If I share a PowerApp with a connection to an SQL database on a VM, will my employees with O365 F1 licenses be able to access the app (with the connected data), using the PowerApps included in their F1 license... or will I need to buy each of them Plan 1... or Plan 2?

 

Thanks,

Andy

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Pstork1
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That depends on whether you are using an on-premises gateway to connect to the SQL vm.  If not, then the included PowerApps license should be sufficient.  If you are using an on-premises gateway that requires a premium license.



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Thanks, that's the problem I'm trying to get around.  The PowerApp is currently connected to SQL via an on-premise gateway.  But with the looming licensing change I'm trying to find a way around that.

 

Are you suggesting that SQL on a VM might also require an 'on-premise' gateway for the PowerApp to connect to it?

 

Thanks

Andy

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