After the update 2 on windows 8.1. All of our domain users get "you cannot access the windows store because you're signed in to this pc using a temporary or guest account......" while opening windows 8.1 store. All my users use mandatory profiles. Could some one guide me onto:
-how and what changes should I make on my base image of 8.1?
-how/where what changes should I make on the domain in Group policy to make my profiles work?
-I also run sccm 2012 R2 if that makes the things easier I can use it for deploying store apps, but I prefer to make a base windows 8.1 image throw all required apps on it. I would like to make sure that my domain user can open up windows store after that I can capture this image and deploy.
Need help thanks
Note: Before this update 1 of windows 8.1 things worked great.
Update : Just installed brand new image 8.1 update 2. logged in with domain user with mandatory profile and the same error. Something got to do with this update 2? Need help.
Sounds as if you have problems with those updates
I have read up that they can damage the windows store
this may help
How to Use DISM to Fix Component Store Corruption (http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/26512-dism-fixing-component-store-corruption-windows-8-a.html)
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