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PaulD1
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Power Apps Windows 10 / Store App cannot install any apps ("Didn't Install")

Hi - wondering if others are experiencing the following and/or whether there is a resolution.

 

In the WIndows 10 (Store) App, if I try to open any App (including the built in template apps) I get the error shown below.

 

Other colleagues are also getting the same error.

 

Windows 10 Enterprise 10.0.16299 Build 16299.

 

In the Store App, the Settings option opens an empty pane, so cannot post a version number, but no updates are showing for PowerApps in 'Downloads and updates' in the Windows store.

 

Although we develop using the browser, we have an app that we need to run within the Store App as it needs offline capabilities on a Windows tablet.

 

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Seems to be working again for me now after some Windows updates were pushed out in my enterprise. I can now open Apps in the Windows PowerApps player.

 

I still have the same version number for the App itself.

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v-monli-msft
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Hi @PaulD1,

 

My Window10 Enterprice OS build is 17134.1 and I can't reproduce your issue. I could open and play the app successfully after selecting "..." > Open in PowerApps windows studio. It will first download the app and then will play the app.

 

What is your PowerApps windows studio version number? Mine is 3.18054.21.

 

Regards,

Mona 

 

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Hi Mona

 

I'm on 3.1805421 as well.

 

If I try to open any app (including the standard template apps such as Asset Checkout) I get the error shown in the original post. My colleagues are also experiencing the same (we are all using HP EliteBooks if that is relevant).

 

Thanks

Paul

Seems to be working again for me now after some Windows updates were pushed out in my enterprise. I can now open Apps in the Windows PowerApps player.

 

I still have the same version number for the App itself.

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