Windows 10: Apps missing from lock screen notifications

  1.    30 Jul 2015 #1

    Apps missing from lock screen notifications


    Got mine installed today and went rather smooth. No major problems but one tiny annoying issue. We did the upgrade on 4 machines and 3 don't have this problem. I want to add mail and cal to my lock screen and it is not a option on my machine. (PRO others are home) After a couple reboots I got mail to show in the System->Notifications&Actions section but it wasn't for a while and CAL still is not.

    Did some searching but everything returns "missing my get windows 10 icon"
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  2.    01 Aug 2015 #2

    I am having the same issue on one of my machines. I upgraded a total of 4 and on 1 I only have the option of NONE. The rest all have the standard Apps.
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