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3 hours ago Conditional access and MAM are complitely different things. In order to block app using Condtional Access, application needs to be integrated with Azure AD. After that you will be able to select app as target for CA Policy. MAM policy can be deployed to any mobile application with Intune SDK. To target MAM policy for app, you just need to add

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2 hours ago Block Few apps through Intune. Hi all, I have a requirement of block below applications on Windows 10 devices through Intune. I would appreciate if anyone can help with possible ways of doing this through Intune. you can use Intune to configure and enforce AppLocker and/or App Control policies that will do this. See https:

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7 hours ago I have been evaluating E5 license ( Windows Enterprise), you can actually achieve your objective by using Surface attack Reduction in Intune under Security Baseline + Microsoft Defender ATP. Still in Preview but you can give it try. Otherwise you have to use some 3rd party app like ‘CensorNet’ to block executables, zip etc.

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477-10 102 hours ago Block App installation via Intune. Hi there. I want to block all app installations like browsers etc. on my Intune Devices. For most apps, windows is asking for administrative rights prior to installing, which is fine, because users to not have said rights. But some apps, like opera, chrome and firefox just install themselves without asking

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Just Now A) Click/tap on the Browse Files button. B) Select if you want to allow or block an .exe or .com file in the drop menu at the bottom right corner. C) Navigate to and select the .exe or .com file you want to allow or block. D) Click/tap on Open, and go to step 16 below.

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3 hours ago We are trying to trim up our Intune enviroment and block certain applications which are known to have malware bundled within installation (FileZilla, torrents etc.) Currently we have pretty "low" restrictions when it comes to installing files from web. Have seen that you can restrict App installation only from Store via SmartScreen policy CSP

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8 hours ago Before you begin. Create a Windows 10/11 device restrictions profile.. App Store. These settings use the ApplicationManagement policy CSP, which also lists the supported Windows editions.. App store (mobile only): Block prevents users from accessing the app store on mobile devices. When set to Not configured (default), Intune doesn't change or update this …

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6 hours ago Most everything is working and blocked similar to using SCCM and Group Policy. The one thing that seems to be missing is the blocking users from uninstalling. If I go to the Start menu (Windows 10 Menu) and right click on an app and choose Uninstall, it will prompt for credentials, however is I click Cancel on that screen, it will bring up the

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4 hours ago If you want to force a reinstall of all apps deployed, you can simply delete the user id key. But if you want to force a reinstall of a single app, you need to delete the app id under the user key. Here is an example: Win32Apps registry key sample from a machine enrolled into Microsoft Intune. In the preceding image, the red rectangle is the

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3 hours ago At the end you must have the Policies as follow. Click Review + Save and Save it. Click Add Groups and select the Group with the Computers that you want to apply the AppLocker Policy. Click next. In the Applicability Rules don't change anything just click Next. Click Create.

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2 hours ago Intune can uninstall only apps that are deployed through the mobile device management (MDM) channel. So, the next best thing after reporting that you could do is to create a device group containing the exported list of all devices that have reported the prohibited app is installed and then have Intune install the app on those devices. That will

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7 hours ago The devices have not yet been joined to Azure AD but that is in the works. We are also considering adding Intune and or a Premium version of Azure AD for co-management if that will help us. Basically, we need a way to block users from installing programs or applications on their machines. Ideally, there would be an easy way to make exceptions

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1 hours ago Before you enable the conditional access grant below, ensure the apps that you do not want to be blocked are in at least one app protection policy within Intune. In Intune . Access the Apps Panel in Intune . Select Intune App protection . Verify that an app protection policy exists that includes that apps that you WOULD NOT like to be blocked

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6 hours ago In create new policy, open Windows and Custom configuration Window 10, select Create policy. In Create policy window provide the name and description of the policy and click ADD in the OMI-URL settings. In the OMA-URI settings, fill the settings according to the below details. Setting Name – Bitlocker Block. Setting description – description.

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9 hours ago Click on Settings. Click on ‘Advanced Features’. Put ‘Custom network indicators on ON’ and put ‘Microsoft Cloud App Security on ON’. 2. Configure MCAS. Navigate to the Cloud App Security dashboard. Click on ‘Settings’. Click on ‘Settings’ again. Click on ‘Microsoft Defender ATP’, and select ‘Block unsanctioned apps’.

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8 hours ago However, this is only the case when all apps have been installed. Because this process can take a long time, Microsoft has added a new feature to Windows AutoPilot. Some apps are more important than others. Therefore, Intune for AutoPilot has an option in the Enrollment Status Page (ESP) to block individual apps.

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Can I block all app installations on my InTune devices?

I want to block all app installations like browsers etc. on my Intune Devices. For most apps, windows is asking for administrative rights prior to installing, which is fine, because users to not have said rights. But some apps, like opera, chrome and firefox just install themselves without asking permission etc. (or install after decline)

Is InTune inventorying apps on personal devices?

No, Intune is not inventorying apps on personal devices, the policy just tells devices to looks for specific, prohibited Apple app bundle IDs and to let us know if it finds one. This behavior doesn’t apply to personal devices that aren’t enrolled for management and are only targeted by app protection policies.

Is there a discussion about Microsoft Intune trial subscription?

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What does Block mean in InTune?

On Access Protection: Block prevents scanning files that have been accessed or downloaded. Users can't turn it on. When set to Not configured (default), Intune doesn't change or update this setting. By default, the OS might enable this feature, and allows users to change it.

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