Today I’m going to look at deploying applications to devices managed by Intune. Back in part 1 I looked at enrolling devices, setting up Autopilot, some basic configuration policies and also created a few Azure AD groups containing the devices.
There’s quite a lot of different application types in Intune, covering iOS, Android and Windows devices. As this series is focussed on Windows I’m not going to look at the iOS or Android ones at this time.
This post will go through the steps for installing/deploying the following:
- Microsoft 365 Apps – Hassle free Office 365 deployment,
- Microsoft Store Apps – primarily Store for Business/Education apps, including linking Intune to the Store for Business/Education, but you can also deploy without setting up the Business/Education store.
- Web Apps – essentially shortcuts to a website
- Windows Applications (Win32) – your traditional Windows apps which come with a setup.exe or setup.msi.