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Microsoft Power Apps Cookbook

By : Eickhel Mendoza
Book Image

Microsoft Power Apps Cookbook

By: Eickhel Mendoza

Overview of this book

Microsoft Power Apps Cookbook is a complete resource filled with meticulously crafted recipes to help you build customized business apps that meet ever-changing enterprise demands. You will learn how to design modern apps with the low-code approach in a rapid application development environment by achieving enterprise-wide business agility.
Table of Contents (13 chapters)

Managing connectors through data policies

The Power Platform has an ever-growing list of connectors available from different vendors. These connectors perform various tasks, such as handling files on cloud services or communicating data through APIs.

Keeping track of these communications would be extremely difficult without the use of data policies.

These policies control sensitive data by using three groups: Business, Non-Business, and Blocked. Placing connectors in these groups builds a fence between them: if you place a connector such as SharePoint in the Business group and then add Dropbox to Non-Business, then your users won't be able to create an app or a flow that uses both connectors. For more detailed information on these policies, please refer to

This recipe will create a policy to block popular social media connectors and block any new connector added to the Power Platform.