Power Apps portals admin center
Effective October 12, 2022, Power Apps portals is Power Pages. More information: Microsoft Power Pages is now generally available (blog)
We will soon migrate and merge the Power Apps portals documentation with Power Pages documentation.
The Power Apps portals admin center allows you to perform advanced administrative actions on portals. The admin center is available when a portal is provisioned successfully.
The Power Apps portals admin center is now deprecated and no longer available as of June 2023. Use the new Power Pages admin hub in the Power Platform admin center.
Open Power Apps portals admin center
Sign in to Power Apps.
From the right-upper corner, select the Environment drop-down to verify, or choose the environment for your portal.
From the left pane, select Apps.
Select your portal from the list of apps.
In the Portal settings pane, select Administration.
Power Apps portals admin center is now open.
Add yourself as an owner of the Azure AD application
If you aren't a global administrator and you try to manage a portal that has already been provisioned, or you resubmit the provisioning if it failed, you must be the owner of the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) application connected to your portal.
Go to the Power Apps portals admin center and open the Portal Details tab.
Copy the value from the Application ID field.
Go to Azure AD associated with your tenant. More information: Take over an unmanaged directory as administrator in Azure Active Directory
In Azure AD, search for the app registration by using the application ID you copied. You might need to switch from My apps to All apps.
Add users or groups as owners of this app registration. More information: Managing access to apps
This task can be performed either by a global administrator of your organization or the existing owner of this application.
After you've added yourself as an owner, reopen the Power Apps portals admin center page.