Thanks for the info, we are aware of the documentation and have setup the environment in the documented way. Unfortunately in our situation Windows Store Apps are not stored on the writable app volume.
We don't know in what direction we have to look for a solution...
Okay here goes .
Why would you like to enable Windows apps from the store into your writable volume? We are starting to look at W10 with store apps now because we would like to give our users some freedom. What we found out is that you need to enable Windows update and windows store (last one isn't that big of an issue) to get it to work.
Using a writable with Windows update is asking for disaster. We have decided to remove the option to the Windows store.
Which throws in the second issue . When looking at the snapvol.cfg in the writable and the appstack i can see the following rules. For as far as I can see now the pplications from the store are installed in c:\Windows\WindowsApps, hence these are being excluded.
I am going to try to fiddle around with the snapvol.cfg for the appstack to see if I can get this to work. Love to experiment Will report back on this option, no guarantees