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If a computer with Windows 10 20H2 has many user accounts, how do you install an app, found in the Microsoft Store, so that all users get this app already installed in their accounts? Too bad as, for me, it would also be very useful for pivate users to be able to conveniently manage the UWP apps on a computer with multiple user accounts.
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Did you mean:. Sign In. Home Home Windows Windows 10 Installing an app for all users. Hi If a computer with Windows 10 20H2 has many user accounts, how do you install an app, found in the Microsoft Store, so that all users get this app already installed in their accounts?
Thanks Bye. If so, with Windows 10 20H2, how do I access those services? Deleted Deleted wrote: well what if you are not a busienss?
If so, how is it done? No, a private user can’t access and use MSFT store for business, as the name suggests, it’s only for businesses that have the Azure Active directory and other subscriptions. HotCakeX Too bad as, for me, it would also be very useful for pivate users to be able to conveniently manage the UWP apps on a computer with multiple user accounts.
Well, usually that feature is used by organizations that have lots of computers, not 1 computer with multiple users. Very well. Education Microsoft in education Office for students Office for schools Deals for students and parents Microsoft Azure in education.
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I’ve been trying to download Zoom and Microsoft Teams onto every computer in my organization. I thought that logging in a computer as an Admin and downloading them would automatically make them available for the other users in the same computer, but that is not the case.
However Microsoft Edge and Chrome were available for the users once installed. I have tried to look for solutions by googling stuff. Somebody somewhere said to put a shortcut to these programs in the Public Desktop, but when I did that and logged in as another user, the shortcuts were visible in the desktop but did not work.
Instead I got error messages saying that file “has been moved”. My next approach was to figure out the difference between the programs that were available to all users and those that were not. It seemed to me that the programs that are installed in “program files” or “program files x86” are available to everyone, but those installed in the “AppData” of a particular user folder are not.
So I’ve been thinking of copying and pasting the Zoom folder and the Teams folder in the admin “AppData” into either “program files” or “program files x86”. However, I’ve been wondering if there is a way to set up the computer so that programs downloaded and installed from a browser can be installed into these folders and not in the “AppData” folder.
How to make a third party program available to all users in a computer? Or how to fix the shortcuts in the Public Desktop? Is there a way to get the computer to install in program files and not in AppData rather than doing copying and pasting each time? Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member.
Jose Martinez jmartinez 2. Hi, I’ve been trying to download Zoom and Microsoft Teams onto every computer in my organization. Sorry for the long story. Can somebody answer ALL my questions please? Would my approach of copying and pasting to the program files be effective or harmful? Thank you. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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