MC272078 – Evolving the Microsoft Store for Business and Education

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check before: 2021-08-04

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Intune, Windows 10

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Education, Universal Windows Platform, US Instances, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

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Admin impact, Retirement, User impact

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This message is for customers who are using Microsoft Store for Business or Education. We are https://aka.ms/windows/msfb_evolution announcing exciting plans that bring together the manageability of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, the openness of the new Microsoft Store, and the flexibility of Windows Package Manager. These plans will enhance https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2021/06/24/building-a-new-open-microsoft-store-on-windows-11/ the new Microsoft Store experience that is coming soon to both Windows 11 and Windows 10. Starting in the first half of 2022 you will be able to find applications from the entire breadth of the Microsoft Store catalog and deploy to your managed devices all from within Microsoft Intune, or your unified endpoint management (UEM) solution. This will include support for all the new (and existing) app types coming to the new Microsoft Store including Win32, .NET, Universal Windows Platform (UWP), and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs).Additionally, we are announcing that the Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education will be retired in the first quarter of 2023. You may continue to use the current capabilities for free apps until that time. There will be no support for Microsoft Store for Business and Education on Windows 11. Please expect a Message Center update with more information once the preview mentioned above is available for your evaluation. [Key points:] Timing: Key milestones that we are working toward to improve the overall commercial app management experience:Windows Package Manager v1.0: Generally availableIntune integration with Windows Package Manager app repository the new Microsoft Store (Preview): Expected in the first half of 2022 Intune integration with Windows Package Manager app repository the new Microsoft Store (general availability): Expected in the second half of 2022 Retirement of Microsoft Store for Business and Education for Windows 10: Expected Q1 2023 Action: review and assess impact on your organization

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Created:
2021-07-22

updated:
2021-07-22

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