I'm liking PowerApps so far since it appeared on our Office 365 instance, but every App I make seems to have this error after a few save/exits and I have to start all over again. It's really annoying having my work corrupted over and over.
I click on more details and the only information I recieve is :
"Session ID: dfc58218-b070-9cfb-6574-2671b3868652"
Solved! Go to Solution.
Agreed--its one thing to have users update registry entries for the software itself, but there are tons of other things that are impacted by .Net framework. I will await the fix that doesn't involve me tampering with registry entires.
I just completed testing the Registry fix on a test machine, the registry entries weren't there and needed to be created manually. That said, when I rebooted, the issue was fixed for all users.
Can I get an estimate on anticipated time of the actual fix so I can better decide whether to use the registry change on production machines?
We apologize for the inconvenience and are working on releasing a fix for this.
The fix for the issue of downloading apps in PowerApps for Windows is scheduled to be released later today. I will update this thread when the fixed version becomes available or if there are any changes to the estimated release date.
Currently in powerapps studio runs everything fine. But I still have a problem in the web browser. After logging in to the powerapp studio, the system automatically logs me off to this address .
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