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  • This might not answer your question directly but here is some good documentation on getting started. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/apps/apps-add Opens a new window At the bottom of the page there is a "Next Steps" section that might be of more help. Your question does not specify which platform you are trying to have Intune manage the apps for. There are many different ways to add applications depending on the platform and multiple options per platform that the app can be managed through. 

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  • What you need to do is create your company app store, publish all the app you want users to have on their phone from which they can download.  Plus you can setup App protection policy.  

    You can do so by going to your endpoint manager portal (Intune).  Under "App" you can setup app protection policy.  Once the policy is created, you can go under "App" >>  by platform, you can include the app you want users to have available under their company app store.  If you chose you may also configure App provision policy as well.

    Hope this guides you in the right direction.

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  • C-T wrote:

    This might not answer your question directly but here is some good documentation on getting started. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/apps/apps-add Opens a new window At the bottom of the page there is a "Next Steps" section that might be of more help. Your question does not specify which platform you are trying to have Intune manage the apps for. There are many different ways to add applications depending on the platform and multiple options per platform that the app can be managed through. 

    Thank you for your response.  I did see this document and I'm aware of the app protection policies and how to deploy apps to intune.  Do you know if theres a way to configure intune so that a user can't just download the jira and confluence app without first enrolling in intune? You can set up the app protection policy and deploy the apps, but the MS docs are flaky as usual and don't advise how one can add non-ms apps to the portal.

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  • Sanpatel wrote:

    What you need to do is create your company app store, publish all the app you want users to have on their phone from which they can download.  Plus you can setup App protection policy.  

    You can do so by going to your endpoint manager portal (Intune).  Under "App" you can setup app protection policy.  Once the policy is created, you can go under "App" >>  by platform, you can include the app you want users to have available under their company app store.  If you chose you may also configure App provision policy as well.

    Hope this guides you in the right direction.


    Thank you for your response. I did see this document and I'm aware of the app protection policies and how to deploy apps to intune. Do you know if theres a way to configure intune so that a user can't just download the jira and confluence app without first enrolling in intune? You can set up the app protection policy and deploy the apps, but the MS docs are flaky as usual and don't advise how one can add non-ms apps to the portal.


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