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Elevate Store apps

There are a few store apps that would benefit from elevation, and are useless without elevation:

  1. Windows Terminal

  2. Dell Support Assist

The Dell app must have admin rights to run

Windows Terminal can be elevated if the user is an administrator, to provide administrator powershell and CMD access.

  • Guest
  • Jul 9 2020
  • Future consideration
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  • Guest commented
    24 May 09:09am

    It is very good to apply to the online radio model on the internet which is very popular nowadays like

  • Guest commented
    10 May 10:47pm

    As more and more applications move from the current (or previous depending who you ask) deployment model to being only in the Microsoft Store, this will become more of a need. Oversimplifying but EPM is mean as an enabler, not inhibitor. Its two purposes is to elevate the software that needs it to function, and then appcontrol side to block/allow execution.

    For Windows Terminal as workaround you can start an elevated CMD or PS1 and run wt.exe and do what you need within Terminal elevated. might work for Dell Support Assist.

  • Guest commented
    26 Feb 05:47pm

    Elevating store apps like Ms-Terminal is a must for developers and system admins. they are going to be alternative to procuring license from other vendors.we also need access to C:\Program Files\WindowsApps as they are being used by 3rd-party applications like Maestro2.

  • Guest commented
    17 Feb 03:24pm

    HP Smart too since it installs drivers.

  • Guest commented
    23 Oct, 2020 03:41pm

    Elevating of store apps is only part of the problem. The other half is the lack of access to %programfiles%windowsapps and needing to break MS security. Currently attempting to see if we could use a content rule to help with this but stumbling thus far. If we can look to make that part of the solution, that would be really nice!