What should you do?

You have a computer named Computer1 that runs Windows 10 Enterprise. Computer1 is a member of an Active Directory domain named contoso.com.You have a line-of-business universal app named App1. App1 is developed internally.You need to ensure that you can run App1 on Computer1. The solution must meet the following requirements:• Minimize costs to deploy the app.• Minimize the attack surface on Computer1.What should you do?To install the application, you need to ‘Sideload’ it. First you need to enable the Sideload apps setting.LOB Windows Store apps that are not signed by the Windows Store can be sideloaded or added to a PC in the enterprise through scripts at runtime on a per-user basis. They can also be provisioned in an image by the enterprise so that the app is registered to each new user profile that’s created on the PC. The requirements to sideload the app per-user or in the image are the same, but the Windows PowerShell cmdlets you use to add, get, and remove the apps are different.Before you can sideload LOB Windows Store apps that are not signed by the Windows Store, you will need to configure the PC.Incorrect Answers:A: We only need to install the app on one computer so it is not necessary to have App1 certified by the Windows Store. This solution does not minimize costs.B: This solution does not minimize costs as you would have to pay for a third party certificate.D: The Add-AppxProvisionedPackage cmdlet adds an app package (.appx) that will install for each new user to a Windows image. However, to install an unsigned app, we need to enable sideloading first. Furthermore, the question states that ‘you’ need to ensure that you can run App1 on Computer1. The Add-AppxProvisionedPackage cmdlet would make the app available to all users, not just you.References:https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh454036.aspx

Question:

What should you do?

Options:

Have App1 certified by the Windows Store.

Sign App1 with a certificate issued by a third-party certificate authority.

From the Update & Security setting on Computer1, enable the Sideload apps setting.

Run the Add-AppxProvisionedPackage cmdlet.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

From the Update & Security setting on Computer1, enable the Sideload apps setting.

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