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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Connect Microsoft Store for Business with Intune

This time let’s try to connect Store for Business with Intune and deploy the Company Portal to all users.

First thing to do is to register Store for Business, so sign in to https://businessstore.microsoft.com using the same tenant account you use to sign into Intune.

Microsoft Store for Business - Sign in

Select Manage:

Microsoft Store for Business - Manage

Click SettingsDistribute and under Management tools activate Microsoft Intune:

Microsoft Store for Business - Settings

Search for the company portal.

Microsoft Store for Business - Company Portal

Select the Company Portal:

Microsoft Store for Business - Shop for my group

Click Get the app (please note that this test has been done on the current insider build and at the time of writing there are known problems with 1903).

Microsoft Store for Business - Get the app Online

Close.

Microsoft Store for Business - Purchased

Now go to Intune management portal – Client appsMicrosoft Store for Business and Enable sync – remember to Save your settings.

Intune and Microsoft Store for Business- Enable

Now Sync the apps.

Intune and Microsoft Store for Business- Sync

Synchronization will start.

Intune and Microsoft Store for Business- Starting Sync

And status change to Active.

Intune and Microsoft Store for Business- Active

After synchronization, you will see your applications from Store for Business in Apps, click on the Company Portal App:

Client apps - Microsoft 365 Device Management

Click Assignments and Add group.

Intune - Assignments

In this test the Company Portal will be installed for all users, so change Assignment type to Required and select Included Groups.

Intune - Required

Select Yes to Make this app required for all users and OK and remember to save your changes.

Intune - Add Group

And finally the result on an Intune/autopilot enrolled Windows 10 device.

Intune - Windows 10 Start menu and Company Portal

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