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How to Enable the Licenses (Preview) feature for a Power Platform Environment?


Micrsoft has introduced a new preview feature for the admins to provide an overview to see how different licenses are consumed and if there are environments that might require licensing attention.

You can get answers to questions like:

  • What types of licenses are being used to launch apps?
  • How many users are actively consuming Power Apps licenses in a specific environment.
  • Who are the users who are actively consuming Power Apps licenses.
  • Are there users in my environment who need standalone Power Apps licenses.

In this article, will explain the process to enable the licenses (preview) feature for an Environment in Power Platform Admin Center.

Note: As this is a preview feature, you cannot use this for any Production environment. Check the below article for more details.

What is Preview, Experimental and Retired features in Canvas Apps?


Click on the below link and Enable Managed Environment

How to Enable Managed Environments for a Dataverse Environment?

Follow the below steps after the Prerequisite.

Step 1: Click on the required Environment in the Power Platform Admin Center.

Step 2: Click  and Click on Edit Managed Environments.

Edit Managed Environments Popup will be shown.

Step 3: Click on View licensing details.

Step 4: Click on Enable license reporting.

You might see the below message, as this is a preview feature Microsoft will let us know on an email, when this will be available to use this feature.

Once it is enabled, go to the Next Step.

Step 5: Click on the required Environment, Click on and Click on Edit Managed Environments.

Step 6: Click on View licensing details.

You can see the Licenses of your environment and the recommended actions.

Step 7: Click on any one of the records on License type link.

You will see the Email, License and Last active date details here.

Step 8: Click on the Overview to see the Dashboard of the Environments requiring attention.

Click here to know more about the Licenses (Preview) feature.

Hope you have followed all the steps and enabled Licenses feature on your required environment.

Please like and share your valuable feedback on this article.

My earlier articles related to Dynamics 365 CE that you can have a look.

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How to Enable Managed Environments for a Dataverse Environment?

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How to Deploy Enterprise Applications in the new Dataverse Environment?

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Power Fx Formula Columns in Dataverse

Generating Power Fx formulas from examples

How to Create Dynamics 365 Marketing 30 Days Trial Version Online?

How to disable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on Dynamics 365 Login?

How to Create Microsoft Power Apps 30 days Online Trial Version and an Environment?

How to Update the URL of the Dynamics 365 CE Environment?

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Microsoft Dataverse and Postman articles

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online regions list

How to Install, Connect to Microsoft Dataverse and Use XrmToolBox?

How to take the Back-Up of Dynamics 365 Online environment?

How to restore Database Backup in Dynamics 365 Online?

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