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Helper II
Helper II

"Guest" User Access

I have a very basic app that we designed to help customers keep notes and navigate our annual event. This app does not have any connections to data outside Outlook so they can share their notes with themselves.

 

I created a user - "guest@domain" and am planning to have all the guests login with these credentials into the app via the web player. 

 

Does anyone have experience with this? How many instances would I be able to run and is there a better way to do this?

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Dual Super User
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Re: "Guest" User Access

From a technical point of view your workaround will work. But sharing logins (and licenses) violates your license agreement. One login = one user, not one concurrent user.



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Dual Super User
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Re: "Guest" User Access

Guest access is not currently avaialbe in PowerApps.  There was a preview this last month or so, but that appears to have been withdrawn.  There will be new functionality coming for external guest users starting sometime after October 1.  I would wait for those announcements.



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Re: "Guest" User Access

This doesn't necessarily answer my question. I'm aware that the feature is in devleopment. 

 

Do you know if my "workaround" might actually work?

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Re: "Guest" User Access

From a technical point of view your workaround will work. But sharing logins (and licenses) violates your license agreement. One login = one user, not one concurrent user.



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Helper II
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Re: "Guest" User Access

Thank you. This will be a fantastic feature when it becomes available. 

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