Windows downloads, deployment, and pre-configuration

Downloads (64-bit PC only)

Differences between download modes
Type of installationGPO compatibleBuilt-in auto-updateLocal data cleared during uninstallationSignatureData location
Microsoft StoreNOYESYES ⚠️MicrosoftC:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Packages\dataSmine.UpSignOn_fqgssej11bscy\LocalState
but possible with a GPO script
⚠️ NB: consequences of erasing local data
  • PERSO vaults: the vault is lost if there is no other synchronized device or backup from a trusted contact
  • PRO vaults: the vault is still available on the server, but the forgotten password procedure can no longer be used on this device (until the next complete enrollment).

Download via Microsoft Store

Microsoft Store

msixbundle download

This method allows you to install the file from the Microsoft Store without going through the Microsoft Store application. So the application will receive updates automatically.
Current version: 7.8.4
  • Unzip the file
  • Then run the powershell installation script
  • Please note, if you use this method for GPO deployment, you must apply the script to the user and not for the computer
All versions

MSI Downloads

NB: all msi packages are signed with an EV-level code signing certificate that does not trigger Windows security alerts. So if you get a Windows security alert, refuse the installation immediately! The certificate is in the name of UPSIGNON and is signed by “Sectigo Public Code Signing CA EV R36”.

NB: You can install the application at machine level. The data will remain specific to each user and there will be no conflict.

Silent admin install versionInteractive installation versionSilent user install version
ideal for GPOsfor manual installationsusable for GPOs
installation in
C:\Program Files\UPSIGNON\UpSignOn (msi)
default installation in
C:\Program Files\UPSIGNON\UpSignOn (msi)
installation for user only in
C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Roaming\UPSIGNON\UpSignOn (msi)
Current version: 7.8.4
All versions
All versions
All versions

Pre-configuration by GPO

(from version 7.7.0 of the application)

To simplify the creation of vaults by your users, you can pre-configure your bank’s configuration URL by creating the following file per GPO:

Content of the file (to be adapted according to your case):


The following script can be used to deploy this file automatically (to be adjusted with your url):

$cUsersPath = "C:\Users"
$usersPaths = (Get-ChildItem -Path $cUsersPath -Directory -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue).FullName
$bankUrl = "https://<xxx.xx/xx>";
Foreach($u in $usersPaths){
  if (Get-AppxPackage -Name 'dataSmine.UpSignOn' -AllUsers) {
      # Store package case
      New-Item "$u\AppData\Local\Packages\dataSmine.UpSignOn_fqgssej11bscy\LocalState\v6-gpo-configuration.json" -ItemType File -Value "{`"proConfigUrl`":`"$bankUrl`"}" -Force
  } else {
      # MSI package case
      New-Item "$u\AppData\Local\UpSignOn\v6-gpo-configuration.json" -ItemType File -Value "{`"proConfigUrl`":`"$bankUrl`"}" -Force

Documentation for migrating to the msi package (from the store version)


Here are the things to know before starting this migration:

  • the store version and the msi version of the application, although functionally identical and bearing the same name, are from Windows point of view different applications.
  • the store version of the application stores its data in C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Packages\dataSmine.UpSignOn_fqgssej11bscy\LocalState
  • uninstalling the app store results in data deletion
  • the msi version of the application stores its data in C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\UpSignOn
  • when launching the msi version of the application, if the C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\UpSignOn folder does not exist, the application copies the data from C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Packages\dataSmine.UpSignOn_fqgssej11bscy\LocalState if they exist to C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\UpSignOn
  • Windows cannot tell the difference between store version and version shortcuts msi.

The ideal migration procedure is therefore

  1. execute a script which copies, for each user, the data from the version store to the folder of the msi version
  2. uninstall store version
  3. install msi version

For step 1. and 2. you can use this powershell script to run as administrator:

$cUsersPath = "C:\Users"
$usersPaths = (Get-ChildItem -Path $cUsersPath -Directory -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue).FullName

Foreach($u in $usersPaths){
    $msiFolderPath = "$u\AppData\Local\UpSignOn"
    $storeFolderPath = "$u\AppData\Local\Packages\dataSmine.UpSignOn_fqgssej11bscy\LocalState"
    if (-Not (Test-Path $msiFolderPath) -And (Test-Path $storeFolderPath)) {
        New-Item -ItemType Directory -Force -Path $msiFolderPath
        Copy-Item -Path "$storeFolderPath\*" -Destination "$msiFolderPath" -Recurse
Get-AppxPackage -Name 'dataSmine.UpSignOn' -AllUsers | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers

For step 3., you can take inspiration from this line in the script by adapting the version number of the application and the file path.

Start-Process \\srv\partages$\xxx\UpSignOn-7.3.0-silent-installer.msi -ArgumentList "/quiet"