EnterpriseAssignedAccess CSP

The EnterpriseAssignedAccess configuration service provider allows IT administrators to configure settings, such as language and themes, lock down a device, and configure custom layouts on a device. For example, the administrator can lock down a device so that only applications specified in an Allow list are available. Apps not on the Allow list remain installed on the device, but are hidden from view and blocked from launching.

Note The EnterpriseAssignedAccess CSP is only supported in Windows 10 Mobile.

To use an app to create a lockdown XML see Use the Lockdown Designer app to create a Lockdown XML file. For more information about how to interact with the lockdown XML at runtime, see DeviceLockdownProfile class.

The following diagram shows the EnterpriseAssignedAccess configuration service provider in tree format as used by both the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Device Management (DM) and OMA Client Provisioning.

enterpriseassignedaccess csp

The following list shows the characteristics and parameters.

./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/ The root node for the EnterpriseAssignedAccess configuration service provider. Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get and Replace.

AssignedAccess/ The parent node of assigned access XML.

AssignedAccess/AssignedAccessXml The XML code that controls the assigned access settings that will be applied to the device.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get and Replace.

The Apps and Settings sections of lockdown XML constitute an Allow list. Any app or setting that is not specified in AssignedAccessXML will not be available on the device to users. The following table describes the entries in lockdown XML.

Important

When using the AssignedAccessXml in the EnterpriseAssignedAccess CSP through an MDM, the XML must use escaped characters, such as &lt; instead of < because it is embedded in an XML. The examples provided in the topic are formatted for readability.

When using the AssignedAccessXml in a provisioning package using the Windows Configuration Designer tool, do not use escaped characters.

Entry Description
ActionCenter You can enable or disable the Action Center (formerly known as Notification Center) on the device. Set to true to enable the Action Center, or set to false to disable the Action Center.
ActionCenter Example: <ActionCenter enabled="true"></ActionCenter>
ActionCenter In Windows 10, when the Action Center is disabled, Above Lock notifications and toasts are also disabled. When the Action Center is enabled, the following policies are also enabled; AboveLock/AllowActionCenterNotifications and AboveLock/AllowToasts. For more information about these policies, see Policy CSP
ActionCenter You can also add the following optional attributes to the ActionCenter element to override the default behavior: aboveLockToastEnabled and actionCenterNotificationEnabled. Valid values are 0 (policy disabled), 1 (policy enabled), and -1 (not set, policy enabled). In this example, the Action Center is enabled and both policies are disabled.: <ActionCenter enabled="true" aboveLockToastEnabled="0" actionCenterNotificationEnabled="0"/>
ActionCenter These optional attributes are independent of each other. In this example, Action Center is enabled, the notifications policy is disabled, and the toast policy is enabled by default because it is not set. <ActionCenter enabled="true" actionCenterNotificationEnabled="0"/>
StartScreenSize Specify the size of the Start screen. In addition to 4/6 columns, you can also use 4/6/8 depending on screen resolutions. Valid values: Small - sets the width to 4 columns on device with short axis <400epx or 6 columns on devices with short axis >=400epx. Large - sets the width to 6 columns on devices with short axis <400epx or 8 columns on devices with short axis >=400epx.
StartScreenSize If you have existing lockdown XML, you must update it if your device has >=400epx on its short axis so that tiles on Start can fill all 8 columns if you want to use all 8 columns instead of 6, or use 6 columns instead of 4. Example: <StartScreenSize>Large</StartScreenSize>
Application Provide the product ID for each app that will be available on the device. You can find the product ID for a locally developed app in the AppManifest.xml file of the app. For the list of product ID and AUMID see ProductIDs in Windows 10 Mobile.
Application To turn on the notification for a Windows app, you must include the application's AUMID in the lockdown XML. However, the user can change the setting at any time from user interface. Example: <Application productId="{A558FEBA-85D7-4665-B5D8-A2FF9C19799B}" aumid="microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.windowslive.mail"/>
Application modern app notification
Application Include PinToStart to display an app on the Start screen. For apps pinned to the Start screen, identify a tile size (small, medium, or large), and a location. The size of a small tile is 1 column x 1 row, a medium tile is 2 x 2, and a large tile is 4 x 2. For the tile location, the first value indicates the column and the second value indicates the row. A value of 0 (zero) indicates the first column, a value of 1 indicates the second column, and so on. Include autoRun as an attribute to configure the application to run automatically.

Application example:

<Application productId="{2A4E62D8-8809-4787-89F8-69D0F01654FB}" autoRun="true">
   <PinToStart>
      <Size>Large</Size>
      <Location>
         <LocationX>0</LocationX>
         <LocationY>2</LocationY>
      </Location>
   </PinToStart>
</Application>
Entry Description
Application Multiple App Packages enable multiple apps to exist inside the same package. Since ProductIds identify packages and not applications, specifying a ProductId is not enough to distinguish between individual apps inside a multiple app package. Trying to include application from a multiple app package with just a ProductId can result in unexpected behavior. To support pinning applications in multiple app packages, use an AUMID parameter in lockdown XML. For the list of product ID and AUMID, see ProductIDs in Windows 10 Mobile. The following example shows how to pin both Outlook mail and Outlook calendar.

Application example:

<Apps>
    <!-- Outlook Calendar -->
    <Application productId="{A558FEBA-85D7-4665-B5D8-A2FF9C19799B}"
aumid="microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.windowslive.calendar">
        <PinToStart>
            <Size>Large</Size>
            <Location>
                <LocationX>1</LocationX>
                <LocationY>4</LocationY>
            </Location>
        </PinToStart>
    </Application>
    <!-- Outlook Mail-->
    <Application productId="{A558FEBA-85D7-4665-B5D8-A2FF9C19799B}"
aumid="microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.windowslive.mail">
        <PinToStart>
            <Size>Large</Size>
            <Location>
                <LocationX>1</LocationX>
                <LocationY>6</LocationY>
            </Location>
        </PinToStart>
    </Application>
</Apps>
Entry Description
Folder A folder should be contained in <Applications/> node among with other <Application/> nodes, it shares most grammar with the Application Node, folderId is mandatory, folderName is optional, which is the folder name displayed on Start. folderId is a unique unsigned integer for each folder.

Folder example:

<Application folderId="4" folderName="foldername">
    <PinToStart>
        <Size>Large</Size>
        <Location>
            <LocationX>0</LocationX>
            <LocationY>2</LocationY>
        </Location>
    </PinToStart>
</Application>

An application that belongs in the folder would add an optional attribute ParentFolderId, which maps to folderId of the folder. In this case, the location of this application will be located inside the folder.

<Application productId="{2A4E62D8-8809-4787-89F8-69D0F01654FB}">
    <PinToStart>
        <Size>Medium</Size>
        <Location>
            <LocationX>0</LocationX>
            <LocationY>0</LocationY>
        </Location>
        <ParentFolderId>2</ParentFolderId>
    </PinToStart>
</Application>
Entry Description
Settings Starting in Windows 10, version 1511, you can specify the following settings pages in the lockdown XML file. For Windows 10, version 1703, see the instructions below for the new way to specify the settings pages.
  • System (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupPCSystem
    • Display - SettingsPageDisplay
    • Notifications & actions - SettingsPageAppsNotifications
    • Phone - SettingsPageCalls
    • Messaging - SettingsPageMessaging
    • Battery saver - SettingsPageBatterySaver
    • Storage - SettingsPageStorageSenseStorageOverview
    • Driving mode - SettingsPageDrivingMode
    • Offline maps - SettingsPageMaps
    • About - SettingsPagePCSystemInfo
    • Apps for websites - SettingsPageAppsForWebsites
  • Devices (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupDevices
    • Default camera - SettingsPagePhotos
    • Bluetooth - SettingsPagePCSystemBluetooth
    • NFC - SettingsPagePhoneNFC
    • Mouse - SettingsPageMouseTouchpad
    • USB - SettingsPageUsb
  • Network and wireless (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupNetwork
    • Cellular and SIM - SettingsPageNetworkCellular
    • Wi-Fi - SettingsPageNetworkWiFi
    • Airplane mode - SettingsPageNetworkAirplaneMode
    • Data usage - SettingsPageDataSenseOverview
    • Mobile hotspot - SettingsPageNetworkMobileHotspot
    • VPN - SettingsPageNetworkVPN
  • Personalization (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupPersonalization
    • Start - SettingsPageBackGround
    • Colors - SettingsPageColors
    • Sounds - SettingsPageSounds
    • Lock screen - SettingsPageLockscreen
    • Glance - SettingsPageGlance
    • Navigation bar - SettingsNavigationBar
  • Accounts (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupAccounts
    • Your account - SettingsPageAccountsPicture
    • Sign-in options - SettingsPageAccountsSignInOptions
    • Work access - SettingsPageWorkAccess
    • Sync your settings - SettingsPageAccountsSync
    • Apps corner* - SettingsPageAppsCorner
    • Email - SettingsPageAccountsEmailApp
  • Time and language (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupTimeRegion
    • Date and time - SettingsPageTimeRegionDateTime
    • Language - SettingsPageTimeLanguage
    • Region - SettingsPageRegion
    • Keyboard - SettingsPageKeyboard
    • Speech - SettingsPageSpeech
  • Ease of access (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupEaseOfAccess
    • Narrator - SettingsPageEaseOfAccessNarrator
    • Magnifier - SettingsPageEaseOfAccessMagnifier
    • High contrast - SettingsPageEaseOfAccessHighContrast
    • Closed captions - SettingsPageEaseOfAccessClosedCaptioning
    • More options - SettingsPageEaseOfAccessMoreOptions
  • Privacy (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupPrivacy
    • Location - SettingsPagePrivacyLocation
    • Camera - SettingsPagePrivacyWebcam
    • Microphone - SettingsPagePrivacyMicrophone
    • Motion - SettingsPagePrivacyMotionData
    • Speech inking and typing - SettingsPagePrivacyPersonalization
    • Account info - SettingsPagePrivacyAccountInfo
    • Contacts - SettingsPagePrivacyContacts
    • Calendar - SettingsPagePrivacyCalendar
    • Messaging - SettingsPagePrivacyMessaging
    • Radios - SettingsPagePrivacyRadios
    • Background apps - SettingsPagePrivacyBackgroundApps
    • Accessory apps - SettingsPageAccessories
    • Advertising ID - SettingsPagePrivacyAdvertisingId
    • Other devices - SettingsPagePrivacyCustomPeripherals
    • Feedback & diagnostics - SettingsPagePrivacySIUFSettings
    • Call history - SettingsPagePrivacyCallHistory
    • Email - SettingsPagePrivacyEmail
    • Phone call - SettingsPagePrivacyPhoneCall
    • Notifications - SettingsPagePrivacyNotifications
    • CDP - SettingsPagePrivacyCDP
  • Update and Security (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupRestore
    • Phone update - SettingsPageRestoreMusUpdate
    • Backup - SettingsPageRestoreOneBackup
    • Find my phone - SettingsPageFindMyDevice
    • For developers - SettingsPageSystemDeveloperOptions
    • Windows Insider Program - SettingsPageFlights
    • Device encryption - SettingsPageGroupPCSystemDeviceEncryption
  • OEM (main menu) - SettingsPageGroupExtensibility
    • Extensibility - SettingsPageExtensibility
Entry Description
Settings Starting in Windows 10, version 1703, you can specify the settings pages using the settings URI.

For example, in place of SettingPageDisplay, you would use ms-settings:display. See ms-settings: URI scheme reference to find the URI for each settings page.

Here is an example for Windows 10, version 1703.

<Settings>
  <System name="ms-settings:display"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:appsforwebsites"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:about"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:camera"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:nfctransactions"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:mousetouchpad"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:usb"/>
</Settings>

Quick action settings

Starting in Windows 10, version 1511, you can specify the following quick action settings in the lockdown XML file. The following list shows the quick action settings and settings page dependencies (group and page).

Note

Only Windows 10, versions 1511 and 1607, the dependent settings group and pages are automatically added when the quick action item is specified in the lockdown XML. In Windows 10, version 1703, Quick action settings no longer require any dependencies from related group or page.

  • SystemSettings_System_Display_QuickAction_Brightness

    Dependencies - SettingsPageSystemDisplay, SettingsPageDisplay

  • SystemSettings_System_Display_Internal_Rotation

    Dependencies - SettingsPageSystemDisplay, SettingsPageDisplay

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_WiFi

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupNetwork, SettingsPageNetworkWiFi

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_InternetSharing

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupNetwork, SettingsPageInternetSharing

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_CellularData

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupNetwork, SettingsPageNetworkCellular

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_AirplaneMode

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupNetwork, SettingsPageNetworkAirplaneMode

  • SystemSettings_Privacy_LocationEnabledUserPhone

    Dependencies - SettingsGroupPrivacyLocationGlobals, SettingsPagePrivacyLocation

  • SystemSettings_Network_VPN_QuickAction

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupNetwork, SettingsPageNetworkVPN

  • SystemSettings_Launcher_QuickNote

    Dependencies - none

  • SystemSettings_Flashlight_Toggle

    Dependencies - none

  • SystemSettings_Device_BluetoothQuickAction

    Dependencies - SettingsPageGroupDevices, SettingsPagePCSystemBluetooth

  • SystemSettings_BatterySaver_LandingPage_OverrideControl

    Dependencies - BatterySaver_LandingPage_SettingsConfiguration, SettingsPageBatterySaver

  • QuickActions_Launcher_DeviceDiscovery

    Dependencies - none

  • QuickActions_Launcher_AllSettings

    Dependencies - none

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_QuietHours

    Dependencies - none

  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_Camera

    Dependencies - none

Starting in Windows 10, version 1703, Quick action settings no longer require any dependencis from related group or page. Here is the list:

  • QuickActions_Launcher_AllSettings
  • QuickActions_Launcher_DeviceDiscovery
  • SystemSettings_BatterySaver_LandingPage_OverrideControl
  • SystemSettings_Device_BluetoothQuickAction
  • SystemSettings_Flashlight_Toggle
  • SystemSettings_Launcher_QuickNote
  • SystemSettings_Network_VPN_QuickAction
  • SystemSettings_Privacy_LocationEnabledUserPhone
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_AirplaneMode
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_Camera
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_CellularData
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_InternetSharing
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_QuietHours
  • SystemSettings_QuickAction_WiFi
  • SystemSettings_System_Display_Internal_Rotation
  • SystemSettings_System_Display_QuickAction_Brightness

In this example, all settings pages and quick action settings are allowed. An empty <Settings> node indicates that none of the settings are blocked.

<Settings>
</Settings>

In this example for Windows 10, version 1511, all System setting pages are enabled. Note that the System page group is added as well as all of the System subpage names.

<Settings>
  <System name="SettingsPageGroupPCSystem" />
  <System name="SettingsPageDisplay" />
  <System name="SettingsPageAppsNotifications" />
  <System name="SettingsPageCalls" />
  <System name="SettingsPageMessaging" />
  <System name="SettingsPageBatterySaver" />
  <System name="SettingsPageStorageSenseStorageOverview" />
  <System name="SettingsPageGroupPCSystemDeviceEncryption" />
  <System name="SettingsPageDrivingMode" />
  <System name="SettingsPagePCSystemInfo" />
 </Settings>

Here is an example for Windows 10, version 1703.

<Settings>
  <System name="ms-settings:display"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:appsforwebsites"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:about"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:camera"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:nfctransactions"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:mousetouchpad"/>
  <System name="ms-settings:usb"/>
</Settings>
Entry Description
Buttons The following list identifies the hardware buttons on the device that you can lock down in ButtonLockdownList. When a user taps a button that is in the lockdown list, nothing will happen.
  • Start

  • Back

  • Search

  • Camera

  • Custom1

  • Custom2

  • Custom3

Note

Lock down of the Start button only prevents the press and hold event.

Custom buttons are hardware buttons that can be added to devices by OEMs.

Buttons example:

<Buttons>
   <ButtonLockdownList>
      <!-- Lockdown all buttons -->
         <Button name="Search">
         </Button>
         <Button name="Camera">
         </Button>
         <Button name="Custom1">
         </Button>
         <Button name="Custom2">
         </Button>
         <Button name="Custom3">
         </Button>
   </ButtonLockdownList>

The Search and custom buttons can be remapped or configured to open a specific application. Button remapping takes effect for the device and applies to all users.

Note

The lockdown settings for a button, per user role, will apply regardless of the button mapping.

Button remapping can enable a user to open an application that is not in the Allow list. Use button lock down to prevent application access for a user role.

To remap a button in lockdown XML, you supply the button name, the button event (typically "press"), and the product ID for the application the button will open.

<ButtonRemapList>
   <Button name="Search">
      <ButtonEvent name="Press">
         <!-- Alarms -->
         <Application productId="{08179793-ED2E-45EA-BA12-BDE3EE9C3CE3}" parameters="" />
          </ButtonEvent>
   </Button>
</ButtonRemapList>

Disabling navigation buttons To disable navigation buttons (such as Home or Back) in lockdown XML, you supply the name (for example, Start) and button event (typically "press").

The following section contains a sample lockdown XML file that shows how to disable navigation buttons.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<HandheldLockdown version="1.0" >
    <Default>
        <ActionCenter enabled="false" />
        <Apps>
            <!-- Settings -->
            <Application productId="{2A4E62D8-8809-4787-89F8-69D0F01654FB}">
                <PinToStart>
                    <Size>Large</Size>
                    <Location>
                        <LocationX>0</LocationX>
                        <LocationY>0</LocationY>
                    </Location>
                </PinToStart>
            </Application>

            <!-- Phone Apps -->
            <Application productId="{F41B5D0E-EE94-4F47-9CFE-3D3934C5A2C7}">
                <PinToStart>
                    <Size>Small</Size>
                    <Location>
                        <LocationX>2</LocationX>
                        <LocationY>2</LocationY>
                    </Location>
                </PinToStart>
            </Application>
        </Apps>
        <Buttons>
            <ButtonLockdownList>
                <Button name="Start">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Back">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Search">
                    <ButtonEvent name="All" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Camera">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom1">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom2">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom3">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
            </ButtonLockdownList>
            <ButtonRemapList />
        </Buttons>
        <MenuItems>
            <DisableMenuItems/>
        </MenuItems>
        <Settings>
        </Settings>
        <Tiles>
            <EnableTileManipulation/>
        </Tiles>
        <StartScreenSize>Small</StartScreenSize>
    </Default>
</HandheldLockdown>
Entry Description
MenuItems Use DisableMenuItems to prevent use of the context menu, which is displayed when a user presses and holds an application in the All Programs list. You can include this entry in the default profile and in any additional user role profiles that you create.

Important

If DisableMenuItems is not included in a profile, users of that profile can uninstall apps.

MenuItems example:

<MenuItems>
   <DisableMenuItems/>
</MenuItems>
Entry Description
Tiles Turning-on tile manipulation - By default, under Assigned Access, tile manipulation is turned off (blocked) and only available if enabled in the user’s profile. If tile manipulation is enabled in the user’s profile, they can pin/unpin, move, and resize tiles based on their preferences. When multiple people use one device and you want to enable tile manipulation for multiple users, you must enable it for each user in their user profile.

Important

If a device is turned off then back on, the tiles reset to their predefined layout. If a device has only one profile, the only way to reset the tiles is to turn off then turn on the device. If a device has multiple profiles, the device resets the tiles to the predefined layout based on the logged-in user’s profile.

The following sample file contains configuration for enabling tile manipulation.

Note

Tile manipulation is disabled when you don’t have a <Tiles> node in lockdown XML, or if you have a <Tiles> node but don’t have the <EnableTileManipulation> node.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<HandheldLockdown version="1.0" >
    <Default>
        <ActionCenter enabled="false" />
        <Apps>
            <!-- Settings -->
            <Application productId="{2A4E62D8-8809-4787-89F8-69D0F01654FB}">
                <PinToStart>
                    <Size>Large</Size>
                    <Location>
                        <LocationX>0</LocationX>
                        <LocationY>0</LocationY>
                    </Location>
                </PinToStart>
            </Application>

            <!-- Phone Apps -->
            <Application productId="{F41B5D0E-EE94-4F47-9CFE-3D3934C5A2C7}">
                <PinToStart>
                    <Size>Small</Size>
                    <Location>
                        <LocationX>2</LocationX>
                        <LocationY>2</LocationY>
                    </Location>
                </PinToStart>
            </Application>
        </Apps>
        <Buttons>
            <ButtonLockdownList>
                <Button name="Start">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Back">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Search">
                    <ButtonEvent name="All" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Camera">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom1">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom2">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
                <Button name="Custom3">
                    <ButtonEvent name="Press" />
                    <ButtonEvent name="PressAndHold" />
                </Button>
            </ButtonLockdownList>
            <ButtonRemapList />
        </Buttons>
        <MenuItems>
            <DisableMenuItems/>
        </MenuItems>
        <Settings>
        </Settings>
        <Tiles>
            <EnableTileManipulation/>
        </Tiles>
        <StartScreenSize>Small</StartScreenSize>
    </Default>
</HandheldLockdown>
Entry Description
CSP Runner Allows CSPs to be executed on the device per user role. You can use this to implement role specific policies, such as changing the color scheme when an admin logs on the device, or to set configurations per role.

LockscreenWallpaper/ The parent node of the lock screen-related parameters that let administrators query and manage the lock screen image on devices. Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get and Replace.

LockscreenWallpaper/BGFileName The file name of the lock screen. The image file for the lock screen can be in .jpg or .png format and must not exceed 2 MB. The file name can also be in the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) format, in which case the device downloads it from the shared network and then sets it as the lock screen wallpaper.

Supported operations are Add, Get, and Replace.

Theme/ The parent node of theme-related parameters.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get and Replace.

Theme/ThemeBackground Indicates whether the background color is light or dark. Set to 0 for light; set to 1 for dark.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

Theme/ThemeAccentColorID The accent color to apply as the foreground color for tiles, controls, and other visual elements on the device. The following table shows the possible values.

Value Description

0

Lime

1

Green

2

Emerald

3

Teal (Viridian)

4

Cyan (Blue)

5

Cobalt

6

Indigo

7

Violet (Purple)

8

Pink

9

Magenta

10

Crimson

11

Red

12

Orange (Mango)

13

Amber

14

Yellow

15

Brown

16

Olive

17

Steel

18

Mauve

19

Sienna

101 through 104

Optional colors, as defined by the OEM

151

Custom accent color for Enterprise

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

Theme/ThemeAccentColorValue A 6-character string for the accent color to apply to controls and other visual elements.

To use a custom accent color for Enterprise, enter 151 for ThemeAccentColorID before ThemeAccentColorValue in lockdown XML. ThemeAccentColorValue configures the custom accent color using hex values for red, green, and blue, in RRGGBB format. For example, enter FF0000 for red.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

PersistData Not supported in Windows 10.

The parent node of whether to persist data that has been provisioned on the device.

PersistData/PersistProvisionedData Not supported in Windows 10. Use doWipePersistProvisionedData in RemoteWipe CSP instead.

Clock/TimeZone/ An integer that specifies the time zone of the device. The following table shows the possible values.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

Value Time zone

0

UTC-12 International Date Line West

100

UTC+13 Samoa

110

UTC-11 Coordinated Universal Time-11

200

UTC-10 Hawaii

300

UTC-09 Alaska

400

UTC-08 Pacific Time (US & Canada)

410

UTC-08 Baja California

500

UTC-07 Mountain Time (US & Canada)

510

UTC-07 Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan

520

UTC-07 Arizona

600

UTC-06 Saskatchewan

610

UTC-06 Central America

620

UTC-06 Central Time (US & Canada)

630

UTC-06 Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey

700

UTC-05 Eastern Time (US & Canada)

710

UTC-05 Bogota, Lima, Quito

720

UTC-05 Indiana (East)

800

UTC-04 Atlantic Time (Canada)

810

UTC-04 Cuiaba

820

UTC-04 Santiago

830

UTC-04 Georgetown, La Paz, Manaus, San Juan

840

UTC-04 Caracas

850

UTC-04 Asuncion

900

UTC-03:30 Newfoundland

910

UTC-03 Brasilia

920

UTC-03 Greenland

930

UTC-03 Montevideo

940

UTC-03 Cayenne, Fortaleza

950

UTC-03 Buenos Aires

960

UTC-03 Salvador

1000

UTC-02 Mid-Atlantic

1010

UTC-02 Coordinated Universal Time-02

1100

UTC-01 Azores

1110

UTC-01 Cabo Verde

1200

UTC Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London

1210

UTC Monrovia, Reykjavik

1220

UTC Casablanca

1230

UTC Coordinated Universal Time

1300

UTC+01 Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague

1310

UTC+01 Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb

1320

UTC+01 Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

1330

UTC+01 West Central Africa

1340

UTC+01 Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

1350

UTC+01 Windhoek

1360

UTC+01 Tripoli

1400

UTC+02 E. Europe

1410

UTC+02 Cairo

1420

UTC+02 Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius

1430

UTC+02 Athens, Bucharest

1440

UTC+02 Jerusalem

1450

UTC+02 Amman

1460

UTC+02 Beirut

1470

UTC+02 Harare, Pretoria

1480

UTC+02 Damascus

1490

UTC+02 Istanbul

1500

UTC+03 Kuwait, Riyadh

1510

UTC+03 Baghdad

1520

UTC+03 Nairobi

1530

UTC+03 Kaliningrad, Minsk

1540

UTC+04 Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd

1550

UTC+03 Tehran

1600

UTC+04 Abu Dhabi, Muscat

1610

UTC+04 Baku

1620

UTC+04 Yerevan

1630

UTC+04 Kabul

1640

UTC+04 Tbilisi

1650

UTC+04 Port Louis

1700

UTC+06 Ekaterinburg

1710

UTC+05 Tashkent

1720

UTC+05 Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi

1730

UTC+05 Sri Jayawardenepura

1740

UTC+05 Kathmandu

1750

UTC+05 Islamabad, Karachi

1800

UTC+06 Astana

1810

UTC+07 Novosibirsk

1820

UTC+06 Yangon (Rangoon)

1830

UTC+06 Dhaka

1900

UTC+08 Krasnoyarsk

1910

UTC+07 Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta

1900

UTC+08 Krasnoyarsk

2000

UTC+08 Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong SAR, Urumqi

2010

UTC+09 Irkutsk

2020

UTC+08 Kuala Lumpur, Singapore

2030

UTC+08 Taipei

2040

UTC+08 Perth

2050

UTC+08 Ulaanbaatar

2100

UTC+09 Seoul

2110

UTC+09 Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo

2120

UTC+10 Yakutsk

2130

UTC+09 Darwin

2140

UTC+09 Adelaide

2200

UTC+10 Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

2210

UTC+10 Brisbane

2220

UTC+10 Hobart

2230

UTC+11 Vladivostok

2240

UTC+10 Guam, Port Moresby

2300

UTC+11 Solomon Is., New Caledonia

2310

UTC+12 Magadan

2400

UTC+12 Fiji

2410

UTC+12 Auckland, Wellington

2420

UTC+12 Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

2430

UTC+12 Coordinated Universal Time +12

2500

UTC+13 Nuku'alofa

Locale/Language/ The culture code that identifies the language to display on a device, and specifies the formatting of numbers, currencies, time, and dates. For language values, see Locale IDs Assigned by Microsoft.

The language setting is configured in the Default User profile only.

Note Apply the Locale ID only after the corresponding language packs are built into and supported for the OS image running on the device. The specified language will be applied as the phone language and a restart may be required.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

OMA client provisioning examples

The XML examples in this section show how to perform various tasks by using OMA client provisioning.

Note These examples are XML snippets and do not include all sections that are required for a complete lockdown XML file.

Assigned Access settings

The following example shows how to add a new policy.

<wap-provisioningdoc>
  <characteristic type="EnterpriseAssignedAccess">
    <characteristic type="AssignedAccess">
      <parm name=" AssignedAccessXml" datatype="string"
            value="&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;utf-8&quot;?&gt;&lt;HandheldLockdown version=&quot;1.0&quot;&gt;&lt;Default&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5615}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5612}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;0&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.About&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Camera&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Search&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;/ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;ButtonRemapList/&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Default&gt;&lt;RoleList&gt;&lt;Role guid=&quot;{76C01983-A872-4C4E-B4C6-321EAC709CEA}&quot; name=&quot;Associate&quot;&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5615}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.About&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Camera&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;/ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;ButtonRemapList/&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Role&gt;&lt;Role guid=&quot;{8ABB8A10-4418-4467-9E18-99D11FA54E30}&quot; name=&quot;Manager&quot;&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5612}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot;&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;Press&quot; /&gt;&lt;ButtonEvent name=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Button&gt;&lt;/ButtonLockdownList&gt;&lt;ButtonRemapList/&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Role&gt;&lt;/RoleList&gt;&lt;/HandheldLockdown&gt;"/>
    </characteristic>
  </characteristic>
</wap-provisioningdoc>

Language

The following example shows how to specify the language to display on the device.

<wap-provisioningdoc>
   <characteristic type="EnterpriseAssignedAccess">
  <characteristic type="Language">
      <parm name="Language" datatype="string"
   <parm name="Language" value="1033" />
   </characteristic>
</wap-provisioningdoc>

OMA DM examples

These XML examples show how to perform various tasks using OMA DM.

Assigned access settings

The following example shows how to lock down a device.

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Add>
         <CmdID>2</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
               <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/AssignedAccess/AssignedAccessXml</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Data>&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;utf-8&quot;?&gt;&lt;HandheldLockdown version=&quot;1.0&quot;&gt;&lt;Default&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5615}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5612}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;2&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.About&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot; disableEvents=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Camera&quot; disableEvents=&quot;All&quot; /&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Search&quot; disableEvents=&quot;All&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Default&gt;&lt;RoleList&gt;&lt;Role guid=&quot;{76C01983-A872-4C4E-B4C6-321EAC709CEA}&quot; name=&quot;Associate&quot;&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5615}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.About&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot; disableEvents=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Camera&quot; disableEvents=&quot;All&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Role&gt;&lt;Role guid=&quot;{8ABB8A10-4418-4467-9E18-99D11FA54E30}&quot; name=&quot;Manager&quot;&gt;&lt;Apps&gt;&lt;Application productId=&quot;{5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA5612}&quot; pinToStart=&quot;1&quot;/&gt;&lt;/Apps&gt;&lt;Settings&gt;&lt;System name=&quot;Microsoft.Themes&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Settings&gt;&lt;Buttons&gt;&lt;Button name=&quot;Start&quot; disableEvents=&quot;PressAndHold&quot; /&gt;&lt;/Buttons&gt;&lt;MenuItems&gt;&lt;DisableMenuItems/&gt;&lt;/MenuItems&gt;&lt;/Role&gt;&lt;/RoleList&gt;&lt;/HandheldLockdown&gt;</Data>
         </Item>
      </Add>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

Theme

The following example shows how to change the accent color to one of the standard colors.

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Replace>
         <CmdID>1</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
             <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Theme/ThemeAccentColorID</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Meta>
               <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
            </Meta>
            <!-- zero based index of available theme colors -->
            <Data>7</Data>
         </Item>
      </Replace>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

The following example shows how to change the theme.

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
       <Replace>
           <CmdID>1</CmdID>
           <Item>
               <Target>
                   <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Theme/ThemeBackground</LocURI>
               </Target>
               <Meta>
                   <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
               </Meta>
               <!-- 0 for "light", 1 for "dark" -->
               <Data>1</Data>
           </Item>
       </Replace>
       <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

The following example shows how to set a custom theme accent color for the enterprise environment.

<SyncBody>
   <Replace>
      <CmdID>1</CmdID>
      <Item>
         <Target>
             <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Theme/ThemeAccentColorID</LocURI>
         </Target>
         <Meta>
            <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
         </Meta>
         <!—set to Enterprise custom -->
         <Data>151</Data>
      </Item>
   </Replace>
   <Replace>
      <CmdID>2</CmdID>
      <Item>
         <Target>
            <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Theme/ThemeAccentColorValue</LocURI>
         </Target>
         <Meta>
            <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">chr</Format>
         </Meta>
         <!—sets custom accent color of red -->
         <Data>FF0000</Data>
      </Item>
   </Replace>
   <Final/>
</SyncBody>

Lock screen

Use the examples in this section to set a new lock screen and manage the lock screen features. If using a UNC path, format the LocURI as \\host\share\image.jpg.

<Add>
  <CmdID>2</CmdID>
  <Item>
    <Target>
      <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/LockScreenWallpaper/BGFileName</LocURI>
    <Meta>
      <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">chr</Format>
      <Type xmlns="syncml:metinf">text/plain</Type>
    </Meta>
    <Data>c:\windows\system32\lockscreen\480x800\Wallpaper_015.jpg </Data>
    </Target>
  </Item>
</Add>

The following example shows how to query the device for the file being used as the lock screen.

<Get>
  <CmdID>2</CmdID>
  <Item>
    <Target>
      <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/LockScreenWallpaper/BGFileName</LocURI>
    </Target>
  </Item>
</Get>

The following example shows how to change the existing lock screen image to one of your choosing.

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Replace>
         <CmdID>2</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
               <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/LockScreenWallpaper/BGFileName</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Meta>
               <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">chr</Format>
               <Type xmlns="syncml:metinf">text/plain</Type>
            </Meta>
            <Data>c:\windows\system32\lockscreen\480x800\Wallpaper_015.jpg</Data>
         </Item>
      </Replace>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

Time zone

The following example shows how to set the time zone to UTC-07 Mountain Time (US & Canada).

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Replace>
         <CmdID>2</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
               <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Clock/TimeZone</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Meta>
               <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
            </Meta>
            <Data>500</Data>
         </Item>
      </Replace>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

The following example shows how to set the time zone to Pacific Standard Time (UTC-08:00) without observing daylight savings time (UTC+01:00).

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Replace>
         <CmdID>2</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
               <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Clock/TimeZone</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Meta>
               <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
            </Meta>
            <Data>400 </Data>
         </Item>
      </Replace>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

Language

The following example shows how to set the language.

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
   <SyncBody>
      <Replace>
         <CmdID>1</CmdID>
         <Item>
            <Target>
               <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseAssignedAccess/Locale/Language</LocURI>
            </Target>
            <Meta>
               <Format xmlns="syncml:metinf">int</Format>
            </Meta>
            <Data>1033</Data>
         </Item>
      </Replace>
      <Final/>
   </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

Product IDs in Windows 10 Mobile

The following table lists the product ID and AUMID for each app that is included in Windows 10 Mobile.

App Product ID AUMID
Alarms and clock 44F7D2B4-553D-4BEC-A8B7-634CE897ED5F Microsoft.WindowsAlarms_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Calculator B58171C6-C70C-4266-A2E8-8F9C994F4456 Microsoft.WindowsCalculator_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Camera F0D8FEFD-31CD-43A1-A45A-D0276DB069F1 Microsoft.WindowsCamera_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Contact Support 0DB5FCFF-4544-458A-B320-E352DFD9CA2B Windows.ContactSupport_cw5n1h2txyewy!App
Cortana FD68DCF4-166F-4C55-A4CA-348020F71B94 Microsoft.Windows.Cortana_cw5n1h2txyewy!CortanaUI
Excel EAD3E7C0-FAE6-4603-8699-6A448138F4DC Microsoft.Office.Excel_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.excel
Facebook 82A23635-5BD9-DF11-A844-00237DE2DB9E Microsoft.MSFacebook_8wekyb3d8bbwe!x82a236355bd9df11a84400237de2db9e
File Explorer C5E2524A-EA46-4F67-841F-6A9465D9D515 c5e2524a-ea46-4f67-841f-6a9465d9d515_cw5n1h2txyewy!App
FM Radio F725010E-455D-4C09-AC48-BCDEF0D4B626 N/A
Get Started B3726308-3D74-4A14-A84C-867C8C735C3C Microsoft.Getstarted_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Groove Music D2B6A184-DA39-4C9A-9E0A-8B589B03DEC0 Microsoft.ZuneMusic_8wekyb3d8bbwe!Microsoft.ZuneMusic
Maps ED27A07E-AF57-416B-BC0C-2596B622EF7D Microsoft.WindowsMaps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Messaging 27E26F40-E031-48A6-B130-D1F20388991A Microsoft.Messaging_8wekyb3d8bbwe!x27e26f40ye031y48a6yb130yd1f20388991ax
Microsoft Edge 395589FB-5884-4709-B9DF-F7D558663FFD Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe!MicrosoftEdge
Money 1E0440F1-7ABF-4B9A-863D-177970EEFB5E Microsoft.BingFinance_8wekyb3d8bbwe!AppexFinance
Movies and TV 6AFFE59E-0467-4701-851F-7AC026E21665 Microsoft.ZuneVideo_8wekyb3d8bbwe!Microsoft.ZuneVideo
News 9C3E8CAD-6702-4842-8F61-B8B33CC9CAF1 Microsoft.BingNews_8wekyb3d8bbwe!AppexNews
OneDrive AD543082-80EC-45BB-AA02-FFE7F4182BA8 Microsoft.MicrosoftSkydrive_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
OneNote CA05B3AB-F157-450C-8C49-A1F127F5E71D Microsoft.Office.OneNote_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.onenoteim
Outlook Calendar

A558FEBA-85D7-4665-B5D8-A2FF9C19799B

Microsoft.WindowsCommunicationsApps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!Microsoft.WindowsLive.Calendar

Outlook Mail

A558FEBA-85D7-4665-B5D8-A2FF9C19799B

Microsoft.WindowsCommunicationsApps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!Microsoft.WindowsLive.Mail

People 60BE1FB8-3291-4B21-BD39-2221AB166481 Microsoft.People_8wekyb3d8bbwe!xb94d6231y84ddy49a8yace3ybc955e769e85x
Phone (dialer) F41B5D0E-EE94-4F47-9CFE-3D3934C5A2C7 Microsoft.CommsPhone_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Photos FCA55E1B-B9A4-4289-882F-084EF4145005 Microsoft.Windows.Photos_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Podcasts C3215724-B279-4206-8C3E-61D1A9D63ED3 Microsoft.MSPodcast_8wekyb3d8bbwe!xc3215724yb279y4206y8c3ey61d1a9d63ed3x
Powerpoint B50483C4-8046-4E1B-81BA-590B24935798 Microsoft.Office.PowerPoint_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.pptim
Settings 2A4E62D8-8809-4787-89F8-69D0F01654FB 2a4e62d8-8809-4787-89f8-69d0f01654fb_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Skype C3F8E570-68B3-4D6A-BDBB-C0A3F4360A51 Microsoft.SkypeApp_kzf8qxf38zg5c!Skype.AppId
Skype Video 27E26F40-E031-48A6-B130-D1F20388991A Microsoft.Messaging_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Sports 0F4C8C7E-7114-4E1E-A84C-50664DB13B17 Microsoft.BingSports_8wekyb3d8bbwe!AppexSports
Storage 5B04B775-356B-4AA0-AAF8-6491FFEA564D N/A
Store 7D47D89A-7900-47C5-93F2-46EB6D94C159 Microsoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Voice recorder 7311B9C5-A4E9-4C74-BC3C-55B06BA95AD0 Microsoft.WindowsSoundRecorder_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Wallet 587A4577-7868-4745-A29E-F996203F1462 Microsoft.MicrosoftWallet_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Weather 63C2A117-8604-44E7-8CEF-DF10BE3A57C8 Microsoft.BingWeather_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Windows Feedback 7604089D-D13F-4A2D-9998-33FC02B63CE3 Microsoft.WindowsFeedback_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App
Word 258F115C-48F4-4ADB-9A68-1387E634459B Microsoft.Office.Word_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.word
Xbox B806836F-EEBE-41C9-8669-19E243B81B83 Microsoft.XboxApp_8wekyb3d8bbwe!Microsoft.XboxApp