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SCCM Current Branch 1810 – Windows Store for Business

This post will show how you can integrate Windows Store for Business with SCCM Current Branch 1810, to sync applications and deploy WSfB applications to machines like Company Portal app.

Suggested Reading for prerequisites: Manage apps from the Microsoft Store for Business with Configuration Manager

In the SCCM console, go to Cloud Services > Azure Services > Configure Azure Services

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Enter in the Name, and then select Microsoft Store for Business and click Next.

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If you already have other Azure services configured in SCCM (Cloud Management Gateway for example), then it will automatically pull the server app, then you can click Next. If it doesn’t find a web app, then follow the instructions below.

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If it doesn’t find a web app, click on Browse and we will create it.

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Click on Create.

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Give it a name and sign in to create the web app.

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Click on Next.

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Enter in a path and select your languages and click Next.

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Now we need to login to the Microsoft Store for Business and give the web app we created before permission. Log in to https://businessstore.microsoft.com/en-gb/store and go to Manage > Settings > Distribute > Add management tool

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Enter in the name of the web app that was either created earlier in the Azure Services wizard, or the one that you imported.

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Click on Activate.

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Back in the SCCM console, select the Microsoft Store for Business and click Sync from Microsoft Store for Business

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The sync status should change to Successful.

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You can view the WsfbSyncWorker.log for more information.

After a successful sync, you should see your MSfB apps in License Information or Store Apps.

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To deploy one of these apps, right click on the app and select Create Application and then follow through the wizard.

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The application will then appear in the Applications section. You can now deploy it as normal.

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Further reading: Manage apps from the Microsoft Store for Business with Configuration Manager

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