Disable connection confirmation when launching PowerApps


The PowerApps app requires users to confirm the use of their connections, which can be confusing. However, it is possible to disable this confirmation screen using PowerShell. Install the necessary PowerApps modules and obtain the environment and application IDs. Store these IDs in variables in the script. Finally, use the Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent command to disable the popup. Running the script will prompt you to log in to the environment and, if you have sufficient permissions, it will disable the popup. If it doesn't happen immediately, try republishing the app. Disabling the connection confirmation popup can make the app rollout and acceptance smoother for new users.


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