Use Access Dataverse connector with Power Platform

Integrate with cloud-based storage to unlock new capabilities like mobile solutions and Microsoft Teams integration. Keep the value and ease of use of Access together with the value of cloud-based storage.

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Develop hybrid solutions for Access

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New mobile and Teams front-end app scenarios

Use Dataverse and Power Platform to make front-end apps for mobile or Teams and synchronize data with Access.

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Real-time sharing of Access data

Keep the value and ease of use of Access combined with cloud-based data stores. Share and edit data with front-end apps created in Access, Power Apps mobile, and Teams.

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New security and compliance capabilities

Use the power of Dataverse cloud storage with Azure Active Directory and role-based security to create secure and compliant enterprise solutions.

Try Access with Dataverse connector today!

How do I get the Dataverse connector in Access?

The Dataverse connector is available only to customers using Access with a Microsoft 365 subscription. All Access customers on the current channel for Microsoft 365 and Office now can update their Access build to 16.0.15128.20248 or later, and restart Access to take advantage of the Access Connector for Dataverse and Power Platform. If you use the semi-annual channel, this will be available in January 2023.

How do I get a Dataverse tenant?

If you already have your own Dataverse instance, simply create a new environment within your tenant to use for evaluation. If you don't have a Dataverse tenant, request a free trial at Microsoft Power Apps and click Start free. For more information, see About trial environments.

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