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I Wish I Would Have Known #18: Delete Permission for Model-Driven Apps

The underlying structure of Model-Driven apps are totally different than Canvas apps. Model-Driven apps are created at environment level and owned by the organization so, if you need to give delete permission for model-driven apps, it should be given at the environment level. Means, this will give the permission to delete apps created by other users as well. This is the main reason why Model-Driven app delete permission is restricted to admin roles.

I Wish I Would Have Known #17: Environment Backup Retention Periods

Backups for production environments that have been created with a database and have one or more Dynamics 365 applications installed are retained up to 28 days. Backups for production environments which do not have Dynamics 365 applications deployed in them will be retained for 7 days. Sometimes, this can be a bit confusing but, very important to understand the differences, read more from official docs here.

I Wish I Would Have Known #11: Unable to add Licensed Users to Power Platform Environments.

 Dynamics 365 Enterprise licenses does not include general purpose Power Apps capabilities. Dynamics 365 Enterprise users will continue to be able to run apps and portals that extend and customize the licensed Dynamics 365 application, as long as those apps and portals are located in the same environment as their licensed Dynamics 365 application. Custom apps or portals outside of the Dynamics 365 environment will require a standalone Power Apps license. In short, If a user A has only dynamics 365 license applied, then A can be added only to environments which has at least one Dynamics 365 App installed. Read more here.

I Wish I Would Have Known #9: Delete Button not Available for Business Rules in PowerApps Maker Portal

Not sure if I am missing something but, I couldn’t find the delete button in the PowerApps maker portal whereas, it is available in the classic UI.

PowerApps Maker Portal

Classic UI