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Windows Update Broke PowerApp Connections?



I am responsible for maintaining a power app for a program within our corporation that links supervisors and their rotational employees. This Power App uses several connections that new users of the power app must allow when they sign in. 


For the last couple years everything has been working smoothly... but then something broke around the first of this month... I am wondering if it is not due to a windows update... 


When trying to share our app with new members, this screen pops up:





Then when they try to click on the sign in button next to the excel connector, this error pops up:

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And they are not given access to the Power App...


Any help/direction would be appreciated!! People can no longer get access to our power app within our corporation 😞

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Re: Windows Update Broke PowerApp Connections?

I have exactly same issue and reported just now here

There is definitely something happened which has broken this connection.

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Re: Windows Update Broke PowerApp Connections?

Hi @EthanRayMartin 

Since you have a Session ID value in your screenshot, I'd suggest that you raise a support ticket by clicking the 'Create support ticket' button on the following page.  

Hopefully, they can look up the error that's associated with this session and provide some extra guidance.

If you find out the cause, maybe you could post back here in order to help @prashant1380 ?

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Re: Windows Update Broke PowerApp Connections?

I must not have access within our corporation to do that yet...I will see if I can get access, but not sure if this is possible:


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PowerApps needs permission to access resources in your organization that only an admin can grant. Please ask an admin to grant permission to this app before you can use it.

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