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Allow trial license to a particular user

Hi ,

Can you please explain the meaning of Viral and Internal used in command Add-AllowedConsentPlans.

 

Also, is there a way to allow the consent plan for a particular user.

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Re: Allow trial license to a particular user

Hi @garima1 ,

The difference between the "Internal" type and "Viral" type, please check the following explanation:

The allowed consent plans cmdlets can be used to add or remove access to a particular type of consent plan from a tenant.

=> “Internal” consent plans are either trial licenses or community plans that users can sign themselves up for via Power Apps/Power Automate portals. 

=> “Viral” consent plans are trial licenses that users can sign themselves up for via https://signup.microsoft.com or admins can assign to users via Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) or the Office 365 admin portal. 

By default all types of consent plans are allowed in a tenant. A common use case for these cmdlets is if a tenant admin wants to block users within their tenant from the ability to assign themselves trial licenses but retain the ability to assign trial licenses on behalf of users. This can be accomplished by using the Remove-AllowedConsentPlans -Types “Internal” command as well as disabling the setting AllowAdHocSubscriptions in Azure AD. It is important to note that when using Remove-AllowedConsentPlans all existing plans of the specified type will be removed from all users in the tenant and will not be recoverable. In addition, it will block all further assignment of plans of that type. If, at a later time, the tenant admin wishes to re-enable plans of that type they can use Add-AllowedConsentPlans. If they want to view the current state of allowed consent plans they can use Get-AllowedConsentPlans.

 

Currently, the allowed consent plans cmdlets can be used to add or remove access to a particular type of consent plan from a tenant. You could not allow the consent plan for a particular user.

 

If you would like this feature to be added in Power Apps, please submit an idea to Power Apps Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas

 

Please also check and see if the following thread would help in your scenario:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Governance-and/Self-service-licenses/td-p/451314

 

 

Regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Re: Allow trial license to a particular user

Hi @garima1 ,

The difference between the "Internal" type and "Viral" type, please check the following explanation:

The allowed consent plans cmdlets can be used to add or remove access to a particular type of consent plan from a tenant.

=> “Internal” consent plans are either trial licenses or community plans that users can sign themselves up for via Power Apps/Power Automate portals. 

=> “Viral” consent plans are trial licenses that users can sign themselves up for via https://signup.microsoft.com or admins can assign to users via Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) or the Office 365 admin portal. 

By default all types of consent plans are allowed in a tenant. A common use case for these cmdlets is if a tenant admin wants to block users within their tenant from the ability to assign themselves trial licenses but retain the ability to assign trial licenses on behalf of users. This can be accomplished by using the Remove-AllowedConsentPlans -Types “Internal” command as well as disabling the setting AllowAdHocSubscriptions in Azure AD. It is important to note that when using Remove-AllowedConsentPlans all existing plans of the specified type will be removed from all users in the tenant and will not be recoverable. In addition, it will block all further assignment of plans of that type. If, at a later time, the tenant admin wishes to re-enable plans of that type they can use Add-AllowedConsentPlans. If they want to view the current state of allowed consent plans they can use Get-AllowedConsentPlans.

 

Currently, the allowed consent plans cmdlets can be used to add or remove access to a particular type of consent plan from a tenant. You could not allow the consent plan for a particular user.

 

If you would like this feature to be added in Power Apps, please submit an idea to Power Apps Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas

 

Please also check and see if the following thread would help in your scenario:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Governance-and/Self-service-licenses/td-p/451314

 

 

Regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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