Most software has an EULA | End User License Agreement associated with it — which is essentially a contract between the licensor and purchaser, that defines how the established purchaser can use the software along with the liability of the licensor.
EULA's are deployed in many different ways; often you might never see or know where to look for one within ...
After explaining a couple of times the situation, the App is now distributed on iTunes.
VPP is very country-specific, so if your client is a multi-national which has business in various countries (and some countries don't even have VPP so far, see Russia) you can still have your app published on the "public" iTunes.
Pay attention that this approval ...
If your app is in fact targeting both employees and people external to the company, then the Public App Store is your only choice anyway. All other options like VPP or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program do only allow you to distribute apps to employees. So your argumentation towards Apple would be that it needs to be the public store, because there is no ...
When you acquire VPP app licenses for free applications, are they appearing in your Apps tab in the Profile Manager [device manager interface] sidebar?
Have your devices successfully enrolled to Profile Manager, and can you deploy configuration payloads/profiles to them?
We ran into this when getting OS X Server and PM up and running, and then realized you ...
You have two options if your company has no prior VPP set up.
Choose a different email string to register.
Log in to the email you wish to use at http://appleid.apple.com and change the ID/email to get off the one you wish to use for VPP.
The VPP portal does things to the AppleID you enroll that isn't handled/allowed for pre-existing accounts. Unless you ...
You can contact Apple's VPP support team and explain the issue. They should be able to trace the previous code and provide a new one.
The contact form is available here: https://www.apple.com/support/itunes/vpp/ (and they'll generally respond within 24 hours in my experience).
There is a business-specific Apple Store located here: http://store.apple.com/us_smb_78313/browse/campaigns/business/introduction
Apple also maintains a fleet of direct-to-business sales personnel that you can talk to for volume purchases and after-purchase care for your staff. To contact them, call 1-800-854-3680.