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    Default UWP Apps from Command Line - Windows 10

    Hi Guys

    Programming is so beyond me and I need help trying to figure out why this is not working.

    I am supposed to be able to type this into a Command line prompt and have it run the App

    Code:
    explorer.exe shell:appsFolder\63318D1C.DiligentBoardbooks_3.4.397.0_x86__nwc34287te1rm!App
    However it doesn't work, just opens the Documents Folder and I don't know why, everything is correct

    For context this older version does work as it is supposed to

    Code:
    explorer.exe shell:appsFolder\63318D1C.DiligentBoardbooks-v2.8.2_nwc34287te1rm!App
    And I followed these instructions to get the Command Line syntax
    https://www.addictivetips.com/window...ne-windows-10/

    Any UWP experts that might have seen this?
    Help is appreciated
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    Default Re: UWP Apps from Command Line - Windows 10

    Please ignore, I figured out what was wrong.
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    Default Re: UWP Apps from Command Line - Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by DeSade View Post
    Please ignore, I figured out what was wrong.
    Yep, you didn't follow the instructions exactly

    Just tried it and you have to remove the version numbers as they are not in the Shortcut.

    Not work and then working

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