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PowerApps Portals Trial Licensing

I have some PoC portals I'd like to get started on that would involve users authenticating from an Azure AD B2C directory (note I don't need any help licensing Azure AD B2C, only PowerApps).

 

My question is do I need to have a paid for license on the Portal end of things to allow the external users to sign-in? Is there any trail licenses I can procure?

 

I of course realise that for a production instance I'd need to have licenses, but for dev/test what are the steps to try out PowerApps Portals?

 

Is it as simple as creating a Trial Environment, and grant my developer account a trial PowerApps license? Will the PowerApps Community Plan allow me to create Portals or do I need to grant my developer account one of the new PowerApps per User licenses?

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Helper I

Technically and with the new licensing model you will be able to do it as lng as you have 1 G space free in your tenant.

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