This was even easier.
Once you have enabled Windows Intune for Mobile Device Management its easy.
Connect your Windows RT Device to Windows Intune by clicking Start -> Type Company Apps -> Click Settings – > Enter your User Name and Password
Download the Company Portal App from Market Place. Once installed, start it and click “Enroll this device”
To distribute apps you need a sideloading key.
See this blog for sideloading
And/or this technet article for reference
Here at Microsoft Norway we created 3 background Pictures for those of you who want to remember the different keyboard shortcuts and what the various elements on the destktop does.
This reflects the Modern UI.
Check out the Pictures below.
CLICK FOR FULLSCREEN AND DOWNLOAD
All is installed.
1. Visual Studio – Check
2. Blend – Check
3. Win8 SDK – check
Two ways to start now:
1. Get a blank pice of paper and Write some concepts
2. Just start to write
I am going With the first, Discussing With my colleague. Below is the result:
(I cant Draw )
Windows 8 is about, time to start developing my first Win8 App!
Lets just sum it up here:
1. I dont understand code
2. I understand copy/paste
3. I have a tiny understanding of HTML
So, how do you make a Windows 8 App without being a CODE NINJA?
1. You need Expression Blend (this is where I will make all Objects and stuff)
2. You need Visual Studio (This is becasue most examples use code and its easiest to copy paste in VS)
3. You need Win8 SDK With some cool templates
find the SDK here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apps/br229516
If you want to read stuff (eww) before you start, og here:
It will explain you guidelines and design principles.
The new Windows 8 is out.
Two ways of installing it on your PC.
Method 1 – ISO (used here):
Download the *.ISO file and use the Windows Store USB deployment tool.
Method 2 – Migration install
Download the file:
Windows 8 Beta Migration Installer
WRITE DOWN THE WINDOWS KEY, you will need it during install.
you find it on the ISO download link above
I have three computers – I set them to boot from USB
|Tablet PC – Toshiba Tecra M4 (6 year old)||Desktop Computer – Intel PC (4 year old)||Slate PC -Dell Duo (1 year old)|
Here is the generic install process which is similar on all three of my machines
In Windows 8 you may connect your Windows Live ID to your Windows 8 account.
This is an essential feature of the operating system and allows the user to roam on devices.
I reccomend doing this to get the best Windows 8 experience.