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Yes, if I increase the schema I can use the .appinstaller file on 1903 and 1809, but not on 1803. I would like to not increase the schema because Windows 10 1803 devices will not be able to use the .appinstaller, which is something that I absolutely need (not all devices that run our app are on the ...
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The right schema URL to support ShowPrompt is http://schemas.microsoft.com/appx/appinstaller/2018. Using this schema shouldn't block you to use this AppInstaller file on Windows 10 versions earlier than 1903. Did you give it a try?
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I'm not sure about that. I tried with an .appinstaller with schema http://schemas.microsoft.com/appx/appinstaller/2017/2 that had ShowPrompt="true". ShowPrompt is defined in the http://schemas.microsoft.com/appx/appinstaller/2018 schema. The App Installer UI showed the following message on a Windows...
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I'm not sure about that. I tried with an .appinstaller with schema http://schemas.microsoft.com/appx/appinstaller/2017/2 that had showprompt="" is="" defined="" in="" the="" =""> App installation failed with error message: error 0xC00CE015: App manifest validation error: The app manifest must be val...
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Hello, if you use an .appinstaller file which contains some features which are supported only on newer versions of Windows 10, they will simply be ignored by earlier versions. For example, if you specify the ShowPrompt attribute, it won't cause any effect if the user is running Windows 10 1809. The ...
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