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Change App Owner

Let’s see how to change Power App owner.

Actually there is no possible to change it from UI. You can only add a Co-Owner user.

Fortunately we can do it with a simple PowerShell command:

Set-AdminPowerAppOwner -AppName ‘abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’ -AppOwner ‘abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’ -EnvironmentName ‘Default-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’

Step to do it:

  1. Install these PowerShell Modules (You must be admin of PC):
    • Install-Module -Name Microsoft.PowerApps.Administration.PowerShell
    • Install-Module -Name Microsoft.PowerApps.PowerShell
  2. Find Environment Name:
    • Get-PowerAppEnvironment
  3. Find App Name
    • Get-PowerApp ‘Name of your PowerApp’
  4. Get UserID
    • Personally I take it from Azure AD

Now, you can change Owner:

  1. Add-PowerAppsAccount (It open prompt to get credentials)
  2. Set-AdminPowerAppOwner -AppName ‘abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’ -AppOwner ‘abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’ -EnvironmentName ‘Default-abcd1234-abcd1234-abcd1234’


I hope it help you…Have a good day!

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