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ahamdan
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PowerApps prompting Trial

My organization subscribed to Office 365 before Oct 1st 2019. I developed a PowerApps app that uses an Azure SQL connector prior to Oct 1st 2019 and I'm working on sharing this app now internally with the rest of the organization's staff.  Each staff member that I share the app with is prompted for "Start Trial" before accessing PowerApps.  I understand that the Azure SQL connector is moving from Standard to Premium, but according to Microsoft Licensing, applications that were created before Oct 1st 2019 will continue to work until 2024.  What does the prompting of "Start Trial" means for our PowerApps users?  should I be worried that when the trial expires that those users will no longer have access to my app?    

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v-siky-msft
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Hi @ahamdan ,

 

PowerApps applications and Flows, created prior to Oct1, 2019, that including connectors being moved from "Standard" to "Premium" will be automatically grandfathered through Oct 1, 2024. This is the transition for Apps and Flows.

To customer tenants, please check the following criteria:

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If your customer tenants don't meet the conditions, you need to request an extension by opening a support ticket.

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Sik

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