Windows Store Line-of-Business App Deployment via Windows Intune



SummaryDid you realize there are other options for deployment of your Windows Store Application in your Enterprise other than hosting it on a share or deploying via the Windows Store?  Check out this video where Robert Evans talks to Mark Williams, a Microsoft Program Manager in the Enterprise Client Management Team, and learns all the details on how this is accomplished via Windows Intune, a great solution for deployment and management of your Windows Store Line-of-Business Applications. Enjoy!


Windows Intune LogoWe are joined by a special guest Mark Williams, a Microsoft Program Manager in the Enterprise Client Management team whom has worked on Windows Intune since its inception. Windows Intune is a cloud-based PC and mobile device management service. The service can be used as a “standalone” service (managed through its own administrative console) or through tight integration with System Center Configuration Manager. The presentation and demos will have a particular focus on the how Windows 8 Line-of-Business apps can be made available to end users on Windows 8 devices without needing to publish these internal business apps to the Windows Store nor host them on a share within your intranet. The Windows Intune Company Portal app will be used to view and install such apps, from the perspective of the end user.

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Article written by Robert Evans and Christophe Nasarre.

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