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Permission asked to Sql connector, "Allow" disabled

Hello Everyone,
I ask your advice for a problem raising up when I deploy in test environment a solution containing an app and some flows using a connection reference to Sql Server. The app connects to sql via the standard connector using a SQL login.

In dev environment, everything is ok, but in test when I open the app I see this message which seems to be the standard asking for permission, but the only clickable button is "don't allow" ! "Allow" button is disabled. I attach a screenshot of it.


I had this problem in the past, and it was due to 2 omonym connectors, cleaned it and it worked.
But I needed to change the SQL username using to access the db and the problem rose up again.
I deleted and re-done
- the connector
- all sql and flow connections to the app
- permissions to the app for users (except mine because I am the owner)

But, the strange thing is, flows and apps seem to work correctly now both with my account (connector owner) and others (read permissions on login). To make the message disappear, I need to delete all sql references to tables and flows, and re-add them, after every deploy, and this is not that much elegant 😞


Maybe something is "hang" somewhere from old data (I suppose...) but, has anyone suggestions for it?
Thank you so much!


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