Administer Power Apps portals

App Maker
Functional Consultant
Solution Architect
Microsoft Power Platform
Power Apps

Administrators need to understand how to configure various features and add-ons to ensure the portal runs securely and efficiently. Power Apps portals provides additional features and functionalities including integration with other Microsoft technologies such as SharePoint document libraries and Power BI reports. This learning path describes tools and techniques available for administrators to configure and maintain Power Apps portals, as well as efficiently troubleshoot the issues.


  • Power Apps trial subscription.
  • Provisioned Power Apps portal from blank.
  • Understanding of how to navigate and customize the model-driven Power Apps.
  • Basic knowledge of other Microsoft technologies like SharePoint, Power BI, Azure Active Directory, is beneficial.

Modules in this learning path

This module will focus on the Microsoft Power Apps Portals administration and using the Power Apps admin center. Additional actions and features are available that you can use to enhance portal functionality.

Instances might occur where you need to integrate your portal to web-based technologies to extend the scope of your application. This module will focus on explaining the process and options to integrate a Power Apps portal with related technologies such as SharePoint, Microsoft Power BI, model-driven charts, and others.

An individual, external user might have several identities from which to choose when registering and accessing a portal. Portal users can be onboarded in many ways, and several options are available to portal users for validating their identity and maintaining their profiles. Microsoft Power Apps portals supports a variety of authentication options and provides powerful user-management capabilities. Administrators can choose between using local authentication or delegating authentication to a trusted authentication provider. Power Apps portals supports multiple authentication providers and various industry standards.

When building a Microsoft Power Apps portal, administrators should consider various techniques, best practices, and features. This module will cover the various troubleshooting tools that are available and explain the importance of using the Portal Checker tool.