UPDATE as of October 31, 2019: Over the past week, we’ve been listening to your feedback regarding the rollout of our self-service purchase capabilities for Power Platform products. To those of you who provided your input, thank you! Based on your feedback, we’ve adjusted our approach to better address the needs of both IT admins and end users within organizations. Please check MC193609 in your Message center to see the details.Antony commented
Agreed - no PowerShell settings. Make this Default OFF with a menu/interface in the Admin Console.
I appreciate Microsoft wanting to promote sharing and adoption, but not every company is a "start-up". Most have and/or need serious governance in place to prevent "unwanted situations".Antony commented
How does this allow a company to control and govern their tenant?
So I will have a bunch of people buying apps they can't use because I won't allow them to access data and/or permission them. I will then have a bunch of expense forms submitted for apps the company doesn't allow or want users to have. What happens to these licenses when the user leaves the company?
I think this is a bit of a money grab too like some of the other responses.
Bad decision on this. Microsoft AT THE VERY LEAST need to allow it to be turned on or off at the tenant and site levels - kind of like we do with sharing.