At present I have "PowerApps for Office365" plan assigned, and I am not an environment maker, however I am local administrator on the machine as well as App Owner.
Would you please share what would I need to execute following command?
At present, I am facing following errors:
Also, How can I check my current rights on PowerApps ? What is the least privileges require to run Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent?
According to our documentation you will need the following licenses/permissions in order to run administrative cmdlets you will need the following permissions in order to run these. https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/gdpr-admin-powershell-cmdlets/
To perform the administration operations in the admin cmdlets, you’ll need the following:
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Yes, I have been through that article already, however I was able to execute the command without "PowerApps P2" license. I was only assigned with "PowerApps for Office365" as E3 license. However as a Global Administrator, I was able to execute the command.
PowerApps blog article, seems lil older, while in the latest MS Docs here It is not mentioned to have PowerApps P2 license.
However at the same time, that article doesn't say which "Administrative User Account" is requiring, but I assume it will be only "Global Admin" rights which needs to execute the Admin cmdlets regardless any PowerApps license at present.
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