The Deployment Sessions–001: Deploying a Windows Store App with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1

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The Deployment Sessions–001: Deploying a Windows Store App with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1

This is the first in a new series of videos I’m working on that show how deployment works for modern apps, Windows Store apps, Windows 8 apps, Windows RT apps or Appx packages – whatever you like to call them. There are a few ways that you can deploy these types of apps to Windows 8 and Windows RT devices using System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, Windows Intune and Microsoft Deployment Services Toolkit 2012 SP1 (MDT 2012 SP1). In this first video I’m take a look at deeplinking an app from the Windows Store and deploying it to a Windows 8 Enterprise device. If you just want to see the client experience jump to 5 minutes.

The Deployment Sessions–001: Deploying a Windows Store App with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1

A few notes on the technical requirements to make this work, so you can try it out in your lab:

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Simon May is an Infrastructure Technology Evangelist at Microsoft concentrating on Devices and Services but with special interests in deployment and device management. Simon is a professional public speaker and the author of several books on Windows. Opinions on this blog are his own.
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