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Still struggling with a licensing issue/error that is popping up for only some users. 

 

Internal client support postulates that I'm using premium connectors in my PowerApps form. And that may be the case, but I would like to confirm it with the experts in this forum. I have attached an image of the connectors used in my app. I was thinking that if I was using a premium connector that I would see the jewel/diamond icon next to the connector to indicate it's 'premium' status.

 

Based on previous advice I have tried to get the client to open an MS ticket, but that has not occurred yet.

 

I have also attached the original screen image showing the error that some users are receiving.

 

Can anyone confirm that I really am using premium connectors? And if I am, why would this work for some users and not others?

 

Very confused, any help would be greatly appreciated,

 

Phil

 

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @pguth 

The CDS connection would require a premuim license.

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As to why some users receive the error, could it be that those users have a premium license, or that they have access to the CDS though a seeded Dynamics 365 plan?

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Helper III
Helper III

Hi! @pguth   you can go to your apps, select one a choose "Details"

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Then, here you can view the licence type

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @pguth 

The CDS connection would require a premuim license.

timl_0-1603740220797.png

 

As to why some users receive the error, could it be that those users have a premium license, or that they have access to the CDS though a seeded Dynamics 365 plan?

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Frequent Visitor

Thanks @timl 

 

Your solution was partially correct. It turned out that I had to remove the logic for Office365users data connector also. 

 

But the good news, it's working now. Thanks for your help.

 

Phil

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