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Power Apps Portal and Licensing

Hi, 

I have the following licenses:

Microsoft Power Apps Plan 2 Trial, Microsoft Power Automate Free and Office 365 E3.

First, I have created an 'Production' environment. Then I created a Power Apps Portal and then converted it into production.

 

I expected that this conversion would fail because I do not have required licences, which should be either Dynamics 365 (various), Power Apps per app plan or Power Apps per user plan for internal users. But the conversion was successful.

 

How come was the trial version of the portal converted into the production successfully? 

 

Thank you.

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Microsoft

Hi @ShawnPowerApps 

 

This is because the PowerApps Plan 2 Trial provides all the features in Power Platform. Without this trial, the conversion should have failed.

 

Best Regards,

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