This article is a follow-up article based on my article “Microsoft Intune Automatization Script“.
In this article, I introduce you to another script on the topic of Microsoft Intune and explain it to you here.
This time it’s about deploying various applications which can then be used for the Endpoint Manager.
I wrote this script together with my colleague Sandro Schmocker and am happy to make it available to you via my Github. You can find the link to it further down in this article.
What does this script do?
This script serves to provide standard applications as .INTUNEWIN for the Endpoint Manager.
We have taken care of the following applications:
- Citrix Workspace
- Forti SSL VPN Client (including configuration)
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Company Portal
- Microsoft Desktop App installer
- Mozilla Firefox.
- Adobe Reader DC
How does the script work?
Where can I download the script?
The script is available in my Github repository as described at the beginning.
You can download the script here!
It was pointed out to me in a community forum that some people have problems processing the output of this script or distributing the packages in the endpoint manager.
Since the basis of these applications is WINGET, appropriate commands must be provided for the deployment.
These are documented on the Github page, where the raw data is located. You can find the link here:
It should also be noted that the apps marked as mandatory in the script must also be distributed accordingly.
Here is the screenshot:
I hope that everything is now clear and nothing stands in the way of successful use.