It's easy to set up a private Windows Store for your enterprise and choose the apps available to your employees in a custom storefront. You can also download apps to distribute to devices that aren't connected to the Internet, plus add line-of-business (LOB) apps for distribution.
Go to Windows Store for Business to sign up or sign in with your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) administrator account (required).
To use a private Windows Store in your enterprise, employees must have Azure AD accounts and run Windows 10, Version 1511 or later.
In Windows Store for Business, browse or search for the apps you want, select the app, and then select Get the app.
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For apps that aren't available in the Store, such as apps specific to your business or industry, see Working with line-of-business apps.
Display apps in your private store, or assign apps to employees through an email link that installs the app on their device. You can also distribute apps with mobile device management (MDM), a management server, provisioning packages, or Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM).
Article ID: 27917 - Last Review: 29 Sep 2016 - Revision: 10
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