How to Publish Secure Enterprise Apps Built with Intune SDK

Last updated May 25, 2023 by Appdome

Integrating the Intune SDK into mobile apps enables you to leverage Microsoft Azure’s portal MAM features to protect and manage the app’s deployment and behavior. Once you deploy mobile apps integrated with Intune to your Azure Portal, they can be deployed selectively and managed with Intune’s policies. This Knowledge Base article covers the steps to publish secure enterprise apps built with Intune SDK to Microsoft Azure console.

The following pre-requisite tasks need to be completed prior to deploying your app with Intune.

  • Your mobile app is Built with the Microsoft Intune SDK.
  • Your mobile app is signed.
  • You have a configured and accessible instance of Microsoft Azure.

How to Publish Secure Enterprise Apps Built with Intune SDK

Upload your Appdome Built App to Microsoft Azure Portal

  1. Navigate to Microsoft Azure within your web browser.
  2. Go to InTune > Mobile Apps > Apps.
  3. Click Add.
    Add mobile apps in Microsoft Azure
  4. Click on the App type bar and select Line-of-business app
  5. Go to Select file and upload the Built app
  6. Click OK to add the app to the portal
    Add app to the portal
  7. Go to Configure and fill in all mandatory fields, then click OK
  8. Click Add
    Add app completed
  9. Wait a few moments for the app to finish uploading
    Waiting for the app to finish uploading

Assign the Built App to a User or a Group

To assign the app:

  1. Go to Mobile apps> Apps, search and select the Built app.
    Select the Build app from Microsoft InTune
  2. Go to Assignments and Add group.
    Assignments > add group
  3. Select the requested assignment type and click Included Groups to select users groups
  4. Go to Select groups to include
  5. Select the assigned groups:
    1. Select the check boxes near the relevant group or groups.
    2. Click Select

Select the relevant groups

Apply an Intune Policy to Your App

  1. Select Client apps >App Protection Policies.
  2. Select a policy from the list or add a new policy.
    Select a policy from the group
    Ensure that you select a policy according to the deployed app’s platform (iOS/ Android).
  3. With the policy selected, Click Targeted apps.
  4. Check the box next to your newly added app (It will appear on the list).
  5. Click Save.
    Saving a targeted app in Microsoft InTune

That’s it! As you can see, Appdome makes it easy to deploy mobile apps integrated with Intune. Your users can now log in to their Intune Company Portal and download the Appdome Built app.

How Do I Learn More?

To Learn more about App Protection Policy configuration visit the Microsoft doc here on How to create and assign app protection policies.

To make sure your app is properly fused with Intune SDK, check out this article on Appdome for Microsoft Intune SDK integration.

To zoom out on this topic, deploying mobile apps fused with the Microsoft Intune SDK, read the Appdome for Microsoft Intune datasheet on our website.

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