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Add MSIX package to Intune via Powershell?

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Is there a powershell command that creates new MSIX package as Intune Application?

 

I can only find this option for Win32 App type, but not for the LOB/MSIX

 

https://github.com/MSEndpointMgr/IntuneWin32App

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