Okay, I have searched for hours now and maybe I don't know what to ask for. I have built a pretty neat conference room booking system. We have an Ipad on the wall outside the door of the room. I need to be able to launch the powerapps and have it go straight to my app. I remember in the old days with Access we could put the name of the program in the exe launch line. I can't find any such solution. I know I can launch from a URL, but how will I have it open in full screen without the browser header?
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I don't think I'm getting anywhere with this link? I want to run a Power App on my Windows 10 Kiosk device. Unfortunately, the user credentials are not stored in the app, so I have to re-enter them every time I log in. What can I do?
I have already described my problem here. Is it because the browser is running in "private mode"?
For the licensing of the Power App to work I need to log in with the Azure AD user?
@KKIT5489745 I'm having the same issue--let me know if you came across a solution. We are trying to implement a virtual rounding solution that requires kiosk mode, and keeps prompting in O365 for credentials like you.
The feedback from Microsoft support was that this feature is not currently available.
We were already at a very high level here. Maybe it will be possible in one of the next versions.
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I find it very bad that Microsoft always promotes the Power platform and then it is not even possible to put this form (PowerApp) in a kiosk mode.
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