Previously, I published Part 1 of a 3 part series where I discussed Securing your environment and Part 2 which discussed how you can Monitor the activities of your users using Power Platform tools. In this video I will discuss Alert and Action strategies that administrators can use to govern their Power Apps and Power Automate (Microsoft Flow ) environments. The topics discussed in this … Continue reading Enterprise Power Apps and Power Automate Governance Video–Part 3
In this post we are going to talk about how we can automate role assignment in CDS. While role assignment is rather seamless when sharing a Canvas App that uses CDS roles, it can become challenging in other scenarios like provisioning access for Dynamics 365 CE, Model Driven Apps and when you have Power Automate makers who need access to specific CDS entities. Our solution … Continue reading Automating Common Data Service (CDS) Role Permissions using Power Automate
Last week, I published Part 1 of a 3 part series on this topic where I discussed Securing your environment. In this video, I am going to discuss how you can Monitor the activities of your users using tools like: Office 365 Security and Compliance Logs Power Platform Admin Analytics Power Apps and Power Automate Powershell Cmdlets Power Platform Management Connectors Part 3 will be … Continue reading Enterprise Power Apps and Power Automate Governance Video–Part 2
Part of a sound enterprise governance strategy is creating non-default environments. Why? Well one reason is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Other than this guy, should you really be testing your code in production? Probably not. Naturally there will be circumstances where you have your apps and flows running in the default environment. I would argue, that using the default environment for personal productivity is a … Continue reading Adding Users to Power Platform Environments using Power Automate Video
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