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rjames07
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Power Apps Prompting Trial on E3 license

Hi,

 

I am creating an app in Power App, and I can create and edit fine, but when I run the app it prompts me to start a trial. I have a Power Apps license through Office 365 E3, but I know this doesn't cover Plan 1 & 2.

 

I expect it may be because my app is connecting to a SQL server data source, but would like to confirm - and ask why I am able to create the app but not run it?

 

Thanks

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AlexN
Level 8

Re: Power Apps Prompting Trial on E3 license

I too think, this is because you used a premium connector within your app, another reason could simply be that you have multiple accounts used in your browser and when running the app in another tab your browser is hooking up with the wrong session / user.

 

If you are using multiple accounts, I suggest either using profiles for chrome or (my personal setup) multi-account container extension for Firefox

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ZePowerDiver
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Re: Power Apps Prompting Trial on E3 license

From what I know.. With the Office license (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-ca/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus#powerapps-for-office-365) you get access to a lot of cloud connectors, but if you use a premium one or want to connect to On-Premise data (via gateway) you'll need to go with a P1 plan.

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Re: Power Apps Prompting Trial on E3 license

Hi @rjames07 ,

Do you add a On-premises SQL Server connection within your app?

 

Based on the issue that you mentioned, I suppose that you add a On-premise SQL Server connection within your app, is it true?

 

Currently, within PowerApps, On-premise data connector is not avaiable within Office 365 include PowerApps licenses. Please check the following article for more details:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus#powerapps-for-office-365

 

When you create a new app, you could add a On-premise SQL Server connection with your Office 365 E3 license. But the Office 365 E3 license would not allow you to run an app including On-premise SQL Server connection.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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AlexN
Level 8

Re: Power Apps Prompting Trial on E3 license

I too think, this is because you used a premium connector within your app, another reason could simply be that you have multiple accounts used in your browser and when running the app in another tab your browser is hooking up with the wrong session / user.

 

If you are using multiple accounts, I suggest either using profiles for chrome or (my personal setup) multi-account container extension for Firefox

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