This post will see how to deploy applications using Intune. Microsoft Intune supports a variety of app types and deployment scenarios on Windows 10 devices. After you've added an app to Intune, you can assign the app to users and devices.
We can't deploy applications like .exe, .msi directly into Intune it should be in the format of the .intunewim file.
Let's see how to convert the .exe/.msi file to .Intunewim file
The Microsoft Win32Content Prep Tool (.Intunewim) can be downloaded from GitHub
Launch the command prompt as admin mode and follow below steps
Run the IntuneWinAppUtil.exe
Setup File needs to be executed
Output location i.e., Intunewim file
Specify the catalogue Folder (yes/No)
How to Deploy Win32 App using Intune
Log in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager Admin Center (MEM)
Goto Apps --> All Apps --> Click on Add.
Select the App Package file --> Browse the .intunewim file -->Click Ok
Provide the App Information --> Click on Next
In Program tab provide the installation and uninstallation command. Select the option whether need to deploy to System or User. Provide Reboot Behaviour.
Specify the return codes and click Next
Provide the Requirements. The only mandatory options are OS architecture (x86, x64, or both) and the minimum operating system, which at its lowest can be Windows 10 1607.
Provide the Detection Rule. In Detection Rule type select the MSI/File/Registry.
In Dependencies Tab, provide the dependency if required
Supersedence allows you to update or replace the applications.
In Assignment Tab, will be targetted towards within assignments. There are three assignment types:
Required:- The applications will be forced installed.
Uninstall:- Application will be forced uninstalled.
Available:- App can be retrieved from the company portal.
Let's review and create
Now you can track the deployment of the application.