Configuring BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with the Windows Store for Business Skip Navigation

Configuring 
BlackBerry UEM
 to synchronize with the 
Windows Store
 for Business

If you want to manage 
Windows 10
 apps, you must configure 
BlackBerry UEM
 to synchronize with the 
Windows Store
 for Business before you can add 
Windows 10
 apps to the app list.
If you later remove the connection to the 
Windows Store
 for Business, all of the 
Windows 10
 apps that have been synchronized to 
BlackBerry UEM
 will be removed and the apps will be unassigned from users and groups.
When you configure 
BlackBerry UEM
 to synchronize with the 
Windows Store
 for Business, you perform the following actions:
Step
Action
Step 1
Create a Microsoft Azure account. For more information, see the on-premises Configuration content or the Cloud Configuration content.
Step 2
Synchronize Microsoft Active Directory with Microsoft Azure. For more information, see the on-premises Configuration content or the Cloud Configuration content.
Step 3
Create an enterprise endpoint in Azure. For more information, see the on-premises Configuration content or the Cloud Configuration content.
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6