Jun 09 2020 07:22 AM
Jun 09 2020 07:22 AM
How to deal with application versions in intune which end users can deploy via Company portal?
For example when a new version is available for ApplicationX, we need to add this new version to the company portal so they can install it.
What i thougt was: Create a new intunewin package for the new version and add it to intune so user can install it from the company portal. but if users allready have the old version installed and they install the new version(company portal says succesfull), the old version is still installed and not the new version.
Jun 09 2020 08:02 AM
@Arjanver How are your detection rules designed? When they match, Intune will think the application is already installed. Depending on what app you're installing, you can pick a variety of detection methods : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/apps/apps-win32-app-management#step-4-detection-rules
Jun 09 2020 11:57 AM
Jun 09 2020 12:33 PM
@Saurabh0711 Hi, Thanks, but i don't see how this video is about my problem. what i'm missing here?
Jun 09 2020 12:44 PM
Jun 09 2020 02:06 PM
Jun 09 2020 11:29 PM
Thanks, nice to see i'm not alone with this one;)
But i have this detection rule for the new win32 package and it seems to work.
every month comes a new version.......i have something to do then....
I can recycle this app instance in intune and upload the new intunewin file and change the version match the new version or do i need to make a complete new application instance in intune and delete the old one?
Jun 10 2020 04:17 AM
@Arjanver Application version and deployment is covered in the same
When you are deploying any application in properties of the app for any store you need to publish along with the version.
Jun 10 2020 04:59 AM
@Arjanver When you deploy a new app, the users has to go into the CP and install the new app.
To be honest, I'm not sure what happens when you just replace the intunewin file, and adjust the detection method to the new version. I assume that the app will try to update/install, but I'm not sure.
Jun 10 2020 07:40 AM
@Arjanver Maybe using a requirement rule can help you with this as a temporary solution till something better is available in Intune. I described it in this article https://www.inthecloud247.com/how-to-update-win32-applications-with-microsoft-intune/
Jun 10 2020 11:03 PM