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URGENT: Ability for Admins to COMPLETELY remove Connectors from an Environment

As we scale up PowerApps within our org, we want to send ALL O365 users to the Default Environment, then CONTROL which Connectors are allowed to be used. 

 

The Administering a PowerApps Enterprise Deployment whitepaper does not address this and it appears PowerApps does not allow this.

 

DLP rules are not enough in this case.

 

Please prioritize this governance control.  

 

Thank you

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When We open powerapp.microsft.com we find this note" Build apps fast with a point-and-click approach to app design. Choose from a large selection of templates or start from a blank canvas. Easily connect your app to data and use Excel-like expressions to easily add logic. Publish your app to the web, iOS, Android, and Windows 10. It’s that easy."! 

 

Why we can't publish our app on iOS, Android, and Windows 10 if you allready wrote this on Your site??? 

If you allow Your users to pblish app on IOS, Android and Windows so that evryone can download it You will have so many users subscribed to Your site..Please fix this and allow to publish app to everyone

GPT
Level: Power Up

Why connector control \ management isn't a greater concern seems to be an issue with any security minded corporation.  Are companies not using these solutions with any governance or controls implemented?


@ericonline wrote:

As we scale up PowerApps within our org, we want to send ALL O365 users to the Default Environment, then CONTROL which Connectors are allowed to be used. 

 

The Administering a PowerApps Enterprise Deployment whitepaper does not address this and it appears PowerApps does not allow this.

 

DLP rules are not enough in this case.

 

Please prioritize this governance control.  

 

Thank you


 

Super User

This is a HUGE deal. PowerApps is at risk of being dropped by big companies if the ability to COMPLETELY REMOVE connectors from ANY environment is not supported. Don't say I didn't warn ya!

Super User

I think instead of completely remove, you'd want the option to select which connectors are allowed... If you have to make an entry or choice for every one of the thousands of connectors then that becomes its own admin nightmare.

 

I'd like to be able to limit them by choosing allowed PREMIUM connectors. I'm not really fussed if they use the standard connectors, as those all go to existing M365 items/apps that they would have access to anyway - it's when things like dropbox come into play that I'd be concerned about what they are doing with it.