Product: HP ENVY x360 13.3 inch 2-in-1 Laptop PC 13-bf0000 (552D6AV)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 11
My computer came equipped with trial version of McAfee LiveSafe and has Windows 11 22H2 Smart App Control turned on. When I try to download Sonos S2 controller I get the message: "The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation". According to MSFT, the Smart App Control will block apps that do not have a "valid signature". I do not understand how a Sonos S2 app (from a well-known brand) would be considered untrustworthy. I don't know if this problem is caused by a McAfee setting or by the Smart App Control function. Turning off Smart App Control is not recommended by MSFT and cannot be reinstated without a lot of work that I should not have to consider after owning this laptop for less than a week.
I have the S2 app on my IPhone and also on a MSFT Surface Pro. I need it on my new HP to play a library of CDs. What should I do?