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Tejaswini1234
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how to check user's permission level using power app?

i want to check wether user has specific permission for  sharepoint list , using that i will hide and show some feilds

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Super User
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Re: how to check user's permission level using power app?

Hi @Tejaswini1234 ,

If user is part of an Active Directory Security Group, and that Group is granted read/write/full control permissions in Sharepoint, you may be able to use the AD Connector in PowerApps to check user's group membership.

 

Example:

  • "SuperUsers" is the name of an Active Directory Security Group within your org
  • User "Bob" is a member of "SuperUsers"
  • The "SuperUsers" AD Group is granted full control permissions on Sharepoint List "Alpha"
  • You can use the AD Connector in PowerApps to check if "Bob" is a member of "SuperUsers" group

Hope this helps!

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Community Support Team
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Re: how to check user's permission level using power app?

Tejaswini1234
Level: Powered On

Re: how to check user's permission level using power app?

user has granted contribute,read,full control  permission permission level on sharepoint list and i want to check which permission is assigned to user in power apps, so that i can hide and show some fields

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: how to check user's permission level using power app?

Hi @Tejaswini1234 

 

There is no directly way to check use powerapp.

However,you can create one column in your SP list and named it as permission level and then build the relation with the user and the permission level.And then show this list in your powerapp.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

Super User
Super User

Re: how to check user's permission level using power app?

Hi @Tejaswini1234 ,

If user is part of an Active Directory Security Group, and that Group is granted read/write/full control permissions in Sharepoint, you may be able to use the AD Connector in PowerApps to check user's group membership.

 

Example:

  • "SuperUsers" is the name of an Active Directory Security Group within your org
  • User "Bob" is a member of "SuperUsers"
  • The "SuperUsers" AD Group is granted full control permissions on Sharepoint List "Alpha"
  • You can use the AD Connector in PowerApps to check if "Bob" is a member of "SuperUsers" group

Hope this helps!

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