Set the Workspace ONE UEM console to distribute approved Windows Desktop internal applications automatically with a side loading key. This process is not needed for Windows 10+.
Before you can distribute internal applications to Windows Desktop devices, you must obtain two items from Microsoft.
Side loading key (not needed for Windows 10+)
Workspace ONE UEM sets a property to allow the side loading of applications on Windows 10 devices. This step occurs after the device enrolls with the Workspace ONE UEM system.
- Code signing certificate
Visit the Windows Dev Center for information about side loading keys and code signing certificates for Windows Desktop applications.
Enter the Side Loading Key to Workspace ONE UEM
Enable Workspace ONE UEM to upload your side loading key so that it can distribute internal applications to Windows Desktop devices that are not on Windows 10+.
The key provided by a Volume Licensing portal, such as https://www.Microsoft.com/licensing/servicecenter/default.aspx, might be limited to a specific number of device activations. Verify that there is a key available for your use. For more information about a Microsoft account, visit the Microsoft Developer Network site.
- Navigate to Groups & Settings > All Settings > Devices & Users > Windows > Windows Desktop > Enterprise Apps .
Complete the following options.
Setting Description Enable Enterprise Application Manager Allows Workspace ONE UEM to push approved internal applications to Windows Desktop devices. Side Loading Key
Enter the key provided by the Windows Dev Center.
For example: ADQ2Z-6TP3W-4QGHK-PSDAW-8WKYR
This process uploads the side loading key into the UEM console and automatically enables corporate devices to install the enterprise internal application.
These settings affect devices enrolled after you have prepared the UEM console for application distribution. If you change the side loading key after devices enroll, all devices must re-enroll to access internal applications.
For information about uploading internal applications and supported file types for Windows Desktop internal applications, see Internal Applications Overview.