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Headshot of article author Hazim SharafelDin

Environment groups and rules help admins manage multiple environments more effectively by applying consistent policies and settings across them. Admins can group related environments by any criteria and apply six key capabilities of managed environments to all of them. These include setting sharing limits for canvas apps, using AI to generate app and solution summaries, and enforcing best practices with solution checker. This ensures that all environments in a group follow the same standards and reduces the need for manual configuration. Environment routing directs new makers to their personal developer environments instead of the default one. Personal developer environments are individual workspaces where makers can build apps and solutions using Microsoft Dataverse without interfering with others’ work. Admins don’t have to worry about makers working in the default environment by mistake. Personal developer environments also come with environment-level governance settings, such as sharing limits and solution checker, making it easier for makers and admins to work in Microsoft Power Platform.

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Headshot of article author Amy Chern

We are excited to announce the General Availability of Customer Managed encryption keys for Power Apps data in your environments! Customer Managed encryption keys (CMK) provide an added data protection layer for your cloud assets on top of the Microsoft-managed default encryption keys. This extra protection is especially relevant for highly regulated industries like Healthcare and Financial Services and is now available for all managed environments.

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Headshot of article author Zankar Desai

Intelligent recommendations will provide an admin with user recommendations in their organization who would benefit from having a Power Apps premium license. This feature is now available Power Platform Admin Center and will allow Power Platform admins the ability to assign licenses, both directly and via security groups!

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Headshot of article author Ritesh Pandey

We’re excited to let you know that the IP firewall feature is now generally available for the Power Platform environments across all regions. This feature allows you to control access to Dataverse, enabling you to implement stricter security measures. With IP Firewall, Power Platform administrators can configure IP restrictions on each of the Power Platform environments, allowing access to Dataverse only from allowed IP ranges. This helps mitigate risks of insider exfiltrating the data and prevents token replay attack from restricted IP ranges. We hope this feature will help you keep your organizational data secure and protected.

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Headshot of article author Sid Gundavarapu

We’re excited to introduce Power Platform Advisor, your guide to personalized best practice recommendations to optimize your Power Platform tenant. It analyzes your Power Platform resources and environments, and offers insights and inline actions to enhance security, reliability, and overall low code health. With Power Platform Advisor, you can: Get proactive, personalized best practices recommendations. […]

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Headshot of article author Amiya Patra

Introducing Easier License Management for Power Apps Starting in December 2023 we are introducing a set of changes which will make it easier for admins to manage license assignments for Power Apps per-user licenses. We understand the complexities admins face when identifying users in need of Power Apps licenses, and we’re excited to introduce enhancements […]

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Headshot of article author Amiya Patra

It is with great pleasure that we introduce the public preview of Auto-claim for Power Apps licenses, a feature that empowers administrators to effortlessly set up policies within the Microsoft 365 admin center. These policies enable automatic license assignments to unlicensed users when they engage with Power Apps that require licensing.

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Headshot of article author Adrian Orth

Today we are launching Release Channels for model-driven apps in public and sovereign clouds. Release channels provide more choice for adopting new features in model driven apps and Dynamics 365 apps.  Rather than only being able to receive updates twice a year during the wave releases, you can choose some or all users to receive more frequent updates through monthly channel.

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Headshot of article author Paul Liew

We are excited to announce the General Availability for Power Platform Customer-managed key (CMK)! Microsoft Power Platform empowers you to do more with less by making it easier than ever to securely scale low-code adoption, increase organizational collaboration, and infuse AI and automation into all your business processes. Microsoft Power Platform comes with advanced risk and compliance […]

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