I have done a lot of Windows Store for Business after the release in December 2015.
The result is that the user can see both the public and private store as shown her:
Some customers ask if it is possible to disable the private store. Here is the solution with Intune as MDM tool for Windows 10 AzureAD joined devices:
Create a Custom Configuration policy
Give the policy a name – Windows 10 Custom Policy – RequirePrivateStoreOnly
Enter a Setting name: RequirePrivateStoreOnly
Settings description: RequirePrivateStoreOnly
Data type : Integer
Value : 1
•0 (default) – Allow both public and Private store.
•1 – Only Private store is enabled.
Click Save policy
Now you are ready to deploy the policy for your users
Assign the policy for the user that need the policy
Logoff and logon again on the PC – now the result is that the user only can the Private Windows Store
Many thanks for this info. Can We enable private store for computers joined to AD domains using only GPO?
Yes – but not at the moment – it requeries new policy template that will come with the next version of Windows 10. The policy template on the insiderbuild have them.
I get an error 0x87D1FDE8 : Remediation failed when I apply the policy for Windows 10 machines. Is there something I missing?
Is this on Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise?
Pro – I’m guessing this only works for enterprise. Which is fine because we will be using that in the future.
Yes – only enterprise an education feature
So just a follow up on this… I applied the policy to an enterprise machine. Intune is showing that it applied correctly and there are no errors. However it’s still showing both stores. Have you seen this issue come up before?
It is nowhere documented, that this Policy is an Enterprise or Education Policy.
Check here, the Intune policy is deployed via CSP
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