in a multi-geo tenant, the tenant is associated with a central geolocation, while some other services (e.g. OneDrive, SharePoint, ...) may be associated with a different (satellite) geolocation.
PowerApps live in an environment, which is associated with a specific geolocation. PowerApps is not a multi-geo service.
Can a PowerApp, whose environment is set to one geolocation (e.g. USA), access data which is located in a different geolocation (e.g. a SharePoint in UK)?
PowerApps created for the satellite location will use the end point located in the central location for the tenant. Microsoft PowerApps is not a Multi-Geo service.
thank you for the reply. Could you please explain that a bit more? I don't understand how that answers my question. Can the endpoint in the central location access data in all other locations?
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