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How to configure UWP app to be DPI aware (DPIAwarenessValidation)?

My app failed in the store for DPIAwareness like this post
The only manifest file I got is Package.appxmanifest. Do I need to set dpi aware flag in this file or elsewhere?

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Hello,

Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!

Yes, please try the document @RichardZhang-MSFT provided first.
If you still have the problem, please open a support ticket here: Contact Us. Choose to Contact us, select Dashboard for Topic and select App Certification failures for issue type.

Thank you.

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Thank you. As far as I can see the document is showing adding it to app.manifest in WPF framework and I can't seem to find where I need to add it in UWP.

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Well, I thought your app is a desktop bridge app because UWP apps should already be configured for DPI awareness. Please open a free support ticket which I mentioned in my reply. Besides that, you could also send mail to reportapp@microsoft.com.

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WimBokkers-0829 answered

I have exactly the same problem. I have a C# UWP main app with a desktop extension.

The UWP should be already DPI aware, so I think the certification kit (version 10.0.19041.1) is wrong here.
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