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    I have two windows 10 Pro workstations. The windows app installer appears to work differently on the two machines. One gives a protective warning display option and allow you to install untrusted apps. But the other will not allow the user to install the untrusted apps at all. It virtually says: the admin is blocking risky installs. Searching the web, a workaround via of the build-in administrator (temporarily sign in with command prompt: "net user administrator /active:yes") and then install the app is a remedy. As an admin, is this workaround really necessary?

    I glance though the group policy editor files and both systems contains not configured entries.
    Both my machines are up to date, so why are the installers are differenced?

    King

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