Nov 28, 2022
Steps for how to import and publish apps into Intune, without hunting down the packages—including EXEs and MSIs, how to self-install apps from the Company Portal, and best practices to smooth your transition if you’re using the Windows Store for Business.
As part of our series on Windows Management, Jason Githens, from the Intune engineering team, gives a deep dive on the updates for easily adding apps into Intune, powered by winget, the new Windows Package Manager.
► QUICK LINKS:
00:00 - Introduction
02:13 - Windows Package Manager
03:59 - Company Portal
06:27 - Windows Store for Business
07:36 - Wrap up
► Link References: Optimize your transition from the Store for Business to Intune at https://aka.ms/StoreTransition
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