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App Store opens and closes on domain joined machine

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I am unable to open the appstore on my domain joined windows 8 client but suspicious I can on another. It just opens with the green logo and then takes me straight back to the metro apps screen.

Is there any policy that controls this?
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Question by:tegenius
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by:reredok
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Maybe a Group Policy?

See Disabling the Windows 8 App store
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by:tegenius
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No group policy is in effect
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Used windows repair all in one (third party tool)

http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/windows_repair_all_in_one.html
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by:tegenius
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No other solution worked. This third party app I found fixed it.
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