Why am I asked to sign into Windows store with a Microsoft account, when I am signed in with a corporate account

James Edmonds 811 Reputation points

I am logging into a Hybrid AD joined computer with my domain credentials (synced to Azure).
I am signed into the Windows store using the same credentials.

Every time I try to get a new app, I am asked to sign in.
Why would this be, as I would expect my Hybrid AD/Azure credentials to be enough to enable syncing between devices, and work as I am already signed in?


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  1. Percival Yang 721 Reputation points

    @James Edmonds
    Known that you just don’t want to sign in Microsoft Store with your own account every time to download applets, meanwhile your PC has joined in AD/Azure, so perhaps it can share the same credentials.
    Actually, to manage volume purchased/subscribed apps from the ‘’Microsoft Store for Business’’,
    Require associate your Microsoft Store for Business account with Intune or SCCM. You should contact the IT to apply this setting.

    You can find detailed description with Microsoft Intune in the following link for reference

    Here is the link for reference with detailed usage of SCCM to synchronize Microsoft store for business

    Note: Since the websites are not hosted by Microsoft, the links may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.

    Hope this can help you
    If your need further help, be free reply to me at your convenience.


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