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Remove Windows 10 built-in apps with Endpoint Manager

I have a customer who was tired of Windows Mail, Xbox apps and other non enterpise stuff, on their devices. Here is a guide how to remove does apps with Endpoint Manager.


This guide is based on windows mail, but it’s the same principle with other Provisioned appsĀ 

Here is a list of other Provisioned Windows 10 apps; Get the provisioned apps on Windows client operating system – Windows Application Management | Microsoft Docs

  • 3D Builder
  • Microsoft Solitaire Collection
  • Bing Weather
  • Desktop App Installer
  • Get Help
  • Microsoft Tips
  • HEIF Image Extensions
  • Microsoft Messaging
  • Microsoft 3D Viewer
  • Office
  • Microsoft Solitaire Collection
  • Microsoft Sticky Notes
  • Mixed Reality Portal
  • Paint 3D
  • OneNote for Windows 10
  • Mobile Plans
  • Microsoft People
  • Print 3D
  • Snip & Sketch
  • Skype
  • Store Purchase App
  • Microsoft Pay
  • Web Media Extensions
  • Webp Image Extension
  • Microsoft Photos
  • Windows Alarms & Clock
  • Windows Calculator
  • Windows Camera
  • Mail and Calendar
  • Feedback Hub
  • Windows Maps
  • Windows Voice Recorder
  • Microsoft Store
  • Xbox Live in-game experience
  • Xbox Console Companion
  • Xbox Game Bar Plugin
  • Xbox Game Bar
  • Xbox Identity Provider
  • Your Phone
  • Groove Music
  • Movies & TV

How To remove Mail and Calendar from Windows 10

Go to; https://businessstore.microsoft.com/

Search for Mail and Calendar

Click on Mail and Calendar

Click on Get the app

Click Close

Go to https://endpoint.microsoft.com/

Click on Tenant administration, then Connectors and tokens

Click on Sync, and wait for it to finish syncing

Let’s confirm the Sync is done, and continue

Click on Apps and then click on Windows

Find and click on Mail and Calender (Online) – (Mail og Kalender (online) in Danish)

Click on Properties

Click on the Edit next to Assignments

Add a Group for testing, and click Review + save

Click Save

We have made the policy, let go to a test machine, and see how it works

End user experience

Before we apply the policy, when we search for Mail, we see the Mail app, and we have the Mail app icon pinned to the taskbar

After the policy is applied, the Mail app is gone, and the pinned icon to.

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