Here’s what Managed Environments do! They provide more control on how you administer the Environments i.e. by limiting App Sharing, applying Data Policies on the environment and even how Solution Checker should allow to import solutions upon detecting critical issues (Solution Checker feature for Managed Environments is in Preview at the time of writing this post!).
Below is the snipped from Microsoft Learn Document highlighting the capabilities of Managed Environments
Further, as I explore these features more, I’ll update and add links to the posts explaining each of the features in details.
Enable Managed Environments in Power Platform Admin Center
Given that you have appropriate permissions to take administrative actions on Power Platform environments, you can navigate to Power Platform Admin Center and then in Environments (https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/environments) –
- Select an Environment and click on the ellipses on the menu.
- Once you select the same, review the License implications as highlighted below –
Here’s the Microsoft Documentation on the same – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-gb/power-platform/admin/managed-environment-licensing?WT.mc_id=ppac_inproduct_env%3FWT.mc_id%3DDX-MVP-5003911
- Once you review the below preferences on how you want this environment to be managed, you can select the same and click on Enable as seen below –
These will send insights in email. I’ll cover in a separate post and link here.
- Once everything looks good, you can Enable.
Editing Managed Environments / Disabling
Here’s how you can edit or disable Managed Environments –
- If you are seeing Edit Managed Environments, it means that Managed Environment is enabled for that environment.
- And you can disable Management Environment control using PowerShell. You can check this post which highlights how you can do so – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-gb/power-platform/admin/managed-environment-enable#disable-managed-environments-using-powershell?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911
Snapshot of the document below –
Here’s Microsoft Learn documentation on Managed Environments – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-gb/power-platform/admin/managed-environment-overview?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911
Hope this helps!
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