Today when logging into a canvas app, a company employee (appUser) was requested to start a Plan1 trial to continue. This hasn't been prompted before, and seems irregular.
-This hasn't occured before, Users were able to sign in without Plan1 (/trial) prompt.
-Current org license for employee in question Office 365 E3 (PowerApps for Office 365).
-Executed canvas app in question (App ID: a9955835-73f5-43bc-9001-43c59b32fb16) does not contain any premium connectors, usage of CDS, nor is the user creating/editting apps.
-User was unable to access the App without creating a Plan1 (trial).
I've read over all available documentation concerning the different plans. Further explanation is greatly appreciated.
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is the app calling a Flow which in turn is using premium connectors?
Are there any unused premium connectors related to the App?
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Hi @RezaDorrani ,
Thanks for the quick reply. It is using a flow, unsure of how to detect if this is labelled premium or not.
The flow is used for creating a PDF from HTML data. Please see the snip below:
The App in question isn't using any premium connectors / data sources.
none of the ones in your flow look premium
share list of all connectors used both in ur app and flow
for that go to app - details - connectors
flow - details - connectors
I'm glad we are in agreement over the connector types not being premium, which begs the question: what else could prompt the login process to demand user to have a Plan1?
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