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To configure assigned access (kiosk mode), you need the Application User Model ID (AUMID) of apps installed on a device. You can find the AUMID by using Windows PowerShell, File Explorer, or the registry.
To find the AUMID by using Windows PowerShell
To get the names and AUMIDs for all apps installed for the current user, open a Windows PowerShell command prompt and enter the following command:
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To get the names and AUMIDs for Windows Store apps installed for another user, open a Windows PowerShell command prompt and enter the following commands:
You can add the –user <username> or the –allusers parameters to the get-AppxPackage cmdlet to list AUMIDs for other users. You must use an elevated Windows PowerShell prompt to use the –user or –allusers parameters.
To find the AUMID by using File Explorer
To get the names and AUMIDs for all apps installed for the current user, perform the following steps:
Open Run, enter shell:Appsfolder, and select OK.
A File Explorer window opens. Press Alt > View > Choose details.
In the Choose Details window, select AppUserModelId, and then select OK. (You might need to change the View setting from Tiles to Details.)
To find the AUMID of an installed app for the current user by using the registry
Querying the registry can only return information about Microsoft Store apps that are installed for the current user, while the Windows PowerShell query can find information for any account on the device.
At a command prompt, type the following command:
reg query HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClassesActivatableClassesPackage /s /f AppUserModelID find 'REG_SZ'
The following code sample creates a function in Windows PowerShell that returns an array of AUMIDs of the installed apps for the specified user.
The following Windows PowerShell commands demonstrate how you can call the listAumids function after you have created it.
If multiple programs are running in full-screen mode or an open program is covering the taskbar, you may be unable to switch to another program by pressing the Windows key and then clicking the program's icon on the taskbar.
This behavior can occur if the Always On Top check box is not selected in the Taskbar Properties dialog box.
To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:
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Press ALT+TAB to switch to another program.
Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Taskbar & Start Menu.
On the Taskbar Options tab, click the Always On Top check box to select it, and then click OK.
Press CTRL+ESC, and then double-click the other program's icon.