Creation of Intune iOS application

I was checking back through some notes and guides I’d made recently so wanted to add them into my blog posts for reference. After all, if no one reads them what’s the point!

A Microsoft guide for adding applications can be found here – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/apps-add

This guide will show an example of how to provision the Microsoft Outlook iOS store app into Microsoft Intune.

Through http://portal.azure.com, open Microsoft Intune. Browse to the Mobiles Apps blade.

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From here, select the Apps blade and then select +Add.

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In the Add App blade, drop down the box and select the application type you wish to create. In this example we are using an iOS application as a store app.

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Choose the application from the store selecting “Select App”

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Now enter the name of your application and make the appropriate selection from the list and hit select.

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Now select the Configure option to add further application if required.

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Complete any additional information as required and select OK to complete.

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Now select Add to complete the application addition.

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Once the application is added, you will be moved into the application blade. Note the informational message about assignments. Select assignments from the options list.

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In the assignments blade, select add group to assign the application to a group.

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Select your preferred assignment type.

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Configure the appropriate include and exclude groups for your assignment.

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Once groups are configured appropriately, select OK.

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Now select Save to store this assignment. The application is now complete and assigned.

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Finally, if you now refresh the Apps blade you will see the app now listed as assigned.

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