For integration to work, use an Azure admin account to sign up with the store and to activate the VMware Workspace ONE UEM management tool.

See the Microsoft Store for Business portal for the most current documentation on creating an Azure admin account.

Create an Azure Admin Account for VMware Workspace ONE UEM

Configure an admin account with global admin roles in your Default Directory in Microsoft Azure. Use this account to acquire applications in the Microsoft Store for Business. You do not need an Azure premium account to create an admin account for the Microsoft Store for Business.

  1. In Azure, navigate to your Azure Active Directory.

  2. Select Users and groups and + New user.

    Complete applicable fields.

  3. Configure the Directory role as Global administrator.
  4. Create a temporary password so you can log in to the Microsoft Store for Business.

Activate VMware Workspace ONE UEM in the Microsoft Store for Business and Acquire Apps

Activate the Workspace ONE UEM management tool in the Microsoft Store for Business with your Azure admin account credentials. If you use offline licensing, enable the acquirement of offline license applications.

  1. Navigate to the Microsoft Store for Business and log in with your Azure admin account.

  2. Navigate to Manage> Settings > Distribute > Management tools and activate the Workspace ONE UEM by VMware tool.

  3. For offline licenses, go to Manage> Settings > Shop > Shopping experience and enable Show offline licensed apps to people shopping in the store.

  4. In the Store for Business, add applications to your inventory. You can add applications with either offline or online licenses depending on your license management strategy.

See Import Microsoft Store for Business Apps for the steps to import Microsoft Store for Business applications to Workspace ONE UEM. Follow the import by deploying applications as outlined in Deploy Microsoft Store for Business Apps.