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Win10 Kiosk Mode How to make an App available to assign to

Running Windows 10, trying to set up PCs in Kiosk Mode. Everywhere I turn I find how to assign a user to pre-existing Apps in Kiosk Mode, but no one explains how to add an app, in my case an Internet Explorer Shortcut file, to the app list. You'd think this would be mentioned somewhere.

Can anyone help?

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Maybe not.
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Thanks

Thanks, Maybe not.

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