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Creating a entity on the default environment

 Hi all,

 

When I am trying to add a entity to my default environment I receive the message that I do not have the permissions to create one. I need it on my default environment because it is not possible to connect a SQL Server trough the gateway in a custom environment (my custom environments allow me to create a entity). Where can I set this permissions and who do I need for this? I believe I am an administrator. But I am not able to see the default environment in the Administration pannel.

 

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Thanks.

 

Best regards,

Nico

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Re: Creating a entity on the default environment

Hi @Nico1,

 

Please check the following article for how to manage environments in PowerApps:

Environments administration in PowerApps

 

The default environments should be created by system, and your account need to be the Global Admin in order to manage settings within the Default Environments (All the environments).

 

Regards,

Michael

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Re: Creating a entity on the default environment

Hi @Nico1,

 

Please check the following article for how to manage environments in PowerApps:

Environments administration in PowerApps

 

The default environments should be created by system, and your account need to be the Global Admin in order to manage settings within the Default Environments (All the environments).

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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