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We are getting the error: “This app has been blocked by your system administrator” when trying to run the application on any client device.
The group policy suggested in the troubleshooting guide
Location: Computer Configuration > Windows Components > App Runtime.
Policy Name: “Block launching Windows Store apps with Windows Runtime API access from hosted content”. Is currently set to “not configured” state.
The other group policy Location: Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components / Store >
Policy Name: “Disable all apps from Windows Store.” Is currently set to “not configured” state.
Please advise on any further troubleshooting steps.
[Edited By Moderator to include the screen shot]
Isn't this a question for MS and or a Win 10 site?
Not sure why you have posted in the Adobe Download & Install forum? Are you having a problem downloading Adobe XD or installing it on your computer?
So people don't have to download the image you have attached to your post please Edit your post to remove the Attached screen shot and Include it in the body of the text of your post.
You do that by Clicking the "More..." link at the bottom of your post, Selecting "Edit Message" and then use the "Insert Photos" icon in the tool bar at the top of the Post/Reply/Edit dialog box like this.
Hi. I'd rather attach the screenshot thanks. My personal choice. As a user. And yes, I am in the right forum. Thanks for your really useful advice. Looking for someone with knowledge about the problems installing XD in a corporate, restricted environment. Thanks.
Then I suggest you speak to your Corp Administrator that is Restricting your use of this program.
It has nothing to do with XD or any Adobe program.
Simondelgiudice, I am sorry that you are blocked from installing Adobe XD with your Creative Cloud for Team membership. You posted in the Download and Install forum which is only designed to respond to questions from people using Individual memberships. The solutions offered here are often not applicable to the complex environments where a Creative Cloud for Team or Enterprise membership is utilized.
If you wish to post publically about your difficulties, then please do so in the Enterprise and Teams forum at https://community.adobe.com/t5/enterprise-teams/bd-p/enterprise-and-teams?page=1&sort=latest_replies.... This is the only place where Adobe employees familiar with either membership responds.
For your next steps please review the Creative Cloud for Team documentation at https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/teams.html. If you need direct assistance then please work with your local Creative Cloud admin to open a support case within the Adobe Admin console.
I will now move this discussion to the Enterprise & Teams forum.
Took some jumping around with the Merge/Move system but I got original post and replies in the correct order in the Enterprise & Teams forum.
Best of luck to the OP.
If the machine is managed by an organization's IT team, the group policies at the organization domain level might be overwriting local group policies. Contact your IT Administrator to check and confirm. You can create a support case so that our technician can check the settings if the issue persists or you can contact the support team directly by initiating a chat session, click on the chat icon on the bottom right corner of this page: https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html.