Manage virtual network data gateways
After you've created a virtual network (VNet) data gateway, it will be available in the Data (preview) > Virtual network data gateways tab in the Power Platform admin center for you to manage. Also make sure you select your tenant's default home region in the region dropdown to display and manage all your VNet data gateways. You select your tenant's default region because the metadata (name, details, data sources, encrypted credentials, and so on) for all your VNet data gateways are stored in your tenant's default region.
The Virtual network data gateways tab won't be visible when the Tenant Administration toggle is turned on.
Manage access to creating VNet data gateways (gateway installer setting)
Access to creating a VNet data gateway can be limited to selected people only. To do this limitation, you must be an Azure AD Global administrator (which includes Global admins) or a Power BI service administrator. Use the Manage gateway installers option to manage who can create a VNet data gateway in your enterprise. This operation isn’t available for gateway admins. Go to the manage gateway installers documentation to learn more.
You can manage admins for this VNet data gateway like you do for standard data gateways in the Power Platform admin center. To add or remove admins, select a gateway, and then select Manage Users.
You can view properties for a selected VNet data gateway in the Power Platform admin center by selecting Settings.
Remove VNet data gateways
You can remove or delete VNet data gateways by selecting the gateway and selecting Remove.
When you remove the last gateway associated to a gateway/subnet, it might take up to 48-72 hours before you can delete the subnet or VNet.
To be able to remove or delete a VNet data gateway, you need to:
- Be a gateway admin of the VNet data gateway you want to remove
- Have the Azure Network Contributor role in the Azure portal
- Register the Microsoft.PowerPlatform provider as a resource provider