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Surface App available for download outside Microsoft Store

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A few months ago Microsoft published an app to configure the Surface Pen. The app formally known as Surface Hub but renamed to Surface App helps to set the action when pressing the button on the pen, but can also configure the sensitivity and disable/enable the Windows hardware button. A very handy app which was only available in the Microsoft Store so far. No issue for everyone who owns a Microsoft account and can install apps from the Store, but what about Enterprise users who get their software installed via SCCM or other deployment solutions? Microsoft fixed this and published the app on the website as a standard download. You can download the .appx and other files and integrate them into your standard deployment process. There is also a TechNet article which describes how to install it.

Link: TechNet | Download

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Written by Christoph Harding

April 21st, 2015 at 9:13 pm

Posted in Surface

  • Mad Tom Vane

    It’s no longer there.

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