Microsoft Store for Business and Education
- Windows 10
Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education will be retired in the first quarter of 2023. You can continue to use the current capabilities of free apps until that time. For more information about this change, see Evolving the Microsoft Store for Business and Education.
Welcome to the Microsoft Store for Business and Education! You can use Microsoft Store to find, acquire, distribute, and manage apps for your organization or school.
Starting April 14, 2021, all apps that charge a base price above free will no longer be available to buy in the Microsoft Store for Business and Education. If you’ve already bought a paid app, you can still use it, but no new purchases will be possible from businessstore.microsoft.com or educationstore.microsoft.com. Also, you won’t be able to buy additional licenses for apps you already bought. You can still assign and reassign licenses for apps that you already own and use the private store. Apps with a base price of “free” will still be available. This change doesn’t impact apps in the Microsoft Store on Windows 10.
Also starting April 14, 2021, you must sign in with your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) account before you browse Microsoft Store for Business and Education.
In this section
|Sign up and get started||IT admins can sign up for the Microsoft Store for Business and Education, and get started working with apps.|
|Find and acquire apps||Use the Microsoft Store for Business and Education to find apps for your organization. You can also work with developers to create line-of-business apps that are only available to your organization.|
|Manage apps||Manage settings and access to apps in Microsoft Store for Business and Education.|
|Device Guard signing portal||Device Guard signing is a Device Guard feature that is available in the Microsoft Store for Business and Education. It gives admins a single place to sign catalog files and code integrity policies. After admins have created catalog files for unsigned apps and signed the catalog files, they can add the signers to a code integrity policy. You can merge the code integrity policy with your existing policy to include your custom signing certificate. This allows you to trust the catalog files.|
|Manage settings in the Microsoft Store for Business and Education||You can add users and groups, as well as update some of the settings associated with the Azure Active Directory (AD) tenant|
|Troubleshoot Microsoft Store for Business and Education||Troubleshooting topics for Microsoft Store for Business and Education.|