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slalithprasad
Helper I
Helper I

Powerapps Sharepoint Connector Security

Hello,

I have created an Application in powerapps using sharepoint as the datasource, now if i share the sharepoint list with the user where he can only view the items from the list with the some default filters, the data is filtered and the user will only see the filtered Data. Now, the same user can actually create a power apps application which uses the same sharepoint connector and remove the filter and watch the whole data. In case if he can edit the list, he can do a lot of things creating a new application himself. how can you restrict all of this?

 

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slalithprasad
Helper I
Helper I

Found the answer given by someone on reddit, you will need to look at your sharepoint list item permissions. If you don’t want to give access too all list items you want to limit their access. See: https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2019/05/sharepoint-online-set-item-level-permission-in-list.html

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BCLS776
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Unfortunately, with a SharePoint List, there is no row-level security. To use the list with an app, it is shared in its entirety, at a view or edit level. Any user with whom the list is shared can browse to the list in SharePoint and view it.

 

Dataverse and SQL are examples of two other data sources that can be configured with row-level security, so one of those is a better choice if you need to keep users from seeing certain rows of data.

 

Hope that helps,

Bryan

 

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slalithprasad
Helper I
Helper I

Found the answer given by someone on reddit, you will need to look at your sharepoint list item permissions. If you don’t want to give access too all list items you want to limit their access. See: https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2019/05/sharepoint-online-set-item-level-permission-in-list.html

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