How to control installation of 3rd party apps on Windows 8?

SilverHawk

The introduction of an "app store" for Windows is a bit of a change fot me. Does anyone know if/how admins can control installation of 3rd party software, er "apps" on Windows 8?

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jhotz
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You can do it with AppLocker.  Here is an overview from horses mouth:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/hh831409.aspx

 

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