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Enable App Auto-Updates in Power Platform Admin Center | [Preview]


Sometimes, Apps need to be up to date in order for some features to run effectively. Power Platform Admin Center now allows you to select Third-Party Publishers for an Environment to allow automatic App Updates in your defined Maintenance Window slots.

Enable Auto-Updates

Here’s how you turn on Auto-Updates for certain Publishers in your environment –

  1. Go to the Environmnent itself in Power Platform Admin Center given that you have correct Admin access. [https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/environments]
  2. Then, look for Updates and then App Update Settings
  3. Then, turn On Select publishers from which you want to receive app updates to this environment.
  4. Finally, select the Publisher which you want to receive Automatic App Updates on.
  5. And once you select, you’ll see the selection as below to show which apps are allowed to auto-update in your Maintenance Window Hours.

Hope this helps!

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