Enterprise Apps and the Windows Store for Business

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Windows 10 offers new solutions for building, selling and deploying apps to organizations. The Windows Store for Business enables apps to be acquired in bulk and the ability to publish LOB apps to your own organization or another organization. The Windows Store for Business also offers multiple licensing and deployment options to enable organizations of any size to use your app. In this session, learn how to maximize the capabilities of the store whether you develop in-house apps or are targeting your app to be sold to organizations. We will show the app lifecycle, including publishing, acquisition, deployment, and the best practices when building enterprise apps.
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Day:

2

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

B851

Room:

Moscone 2005

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    SmutsMuts

    So, if I create an app for a enterprise and they have a root certificate that the apps need to be signed with, how do I do that in an easy way? They might not want to send me the certificate and make me sign it, they would probably want to handle that them self. I did this with some scripts for windows 8 but it was really messy and no nice easy way to handle this which really confused the it-department for the enterprise I did this for.

    So, how do you recommend that this is done?

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    jvintzel

    When you create the app, make sure the publisher in the manifest matches the enterprise certificate.  If you do that the enterprise only needs to run signtool with their certificate to sign the package.

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