Omar El-Anis – 365 Developer

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Office 365 PowerApps PowerShell

Bypass PowerApps Run Permissions

Have you created a PowerApp which accesses a resource like an Office 365 Users Profile connection using a system account only to find the user is presented with a screen asking them to grant access to the connection?

Not great when it comes to wanting a seamless experience, so how can we fix this?

Simple! We need to setup permissions to allow the app to bypass any permissions request for the user and just start using the credentials stored in the connector.

You will need to use PowerShell to complete the actions listed below.

If you don’t already have PowerApps powershell module installed then run the following:

1) Enable Set-ExecutionPolicy to run non-trusted scripts

2) Install the modules by running:

Install-Module -Name Microsoft.PowerApps.Administration.PowerShell
Install-Module -Name Microsoft.PowerApps.PowerShell -AllowClobber

3) Run the following command and login with an account that has access to the PowerApp application being added and has global admin permissions:

Add-PowerAppsAccount

3) Grant bypass permisisons to the PowerApp:
Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent -AppName id-of-the-app

Replace the text id-of-the-app with the application ID available from within the PowerApps detail screen

 

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