Windows Configuration Designer - AssignedAccess setting disappeared!

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2023-11-28T15:27:40.4633333+00:00

I've been trying to create a provisioning package for a multi-app kiosk in Windows 11. In All Settings (Advanced), the AssignedAccess field has disappeared, and I need it to specify my xml file so I can generate the ppkg file. I tried rebooting, uninstall/reinstall, but to no avail. How do I get it back?!

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  1. inWales2020 0 Reputation points
    2023-11-28T16:05:57+00:00
    In Windows 11, the AssignedAccess feature has been replaced with a new feature called "Kiosk mode." To configure Kiosk mode for a multi-app kiosk, you'll need to use a different approach.
    
    Here's what you can do:
    
        Open the Settings app in Windows 11.
        Go to "Accounts" and click on "Family & other users" on the left sidebar.
        Under "Set up a kiosk," select "Assigned access."
        Click on the "Get started" button.
    
    From here, you can follow the on-screen instructions to set up Kiosk mode and specify the apps you want to make available in the kiosk.
    
    I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions. 😊