Testbase to intunewin

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I followed the link from adding an app to my Endpoint Manager (Intune) apps when selecting win32 app.
it looked like this:
​Validate your applications using Test Base for Microsoft 365

Test Base is a cloud validation service that allows you to easily onboard your applications through the Azure portal. 

I made a package and tested it in test base.  All tests passed.  Now I want to add that app but it wants a completely different package format.  Am I missing a step or is this just unfinished?  How do I move this app or convert this app to the format that Endpoint Apps wants.

Thanks,

Gregory

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Whilst the link is shown on the pane when creating the win32 app, there's no current link between Test Base and Endpoint Manager apps. There are some similarities (both require a scripted / silent install and uninstall, for example), but Endpoint Manager requires that the scripts / content be packaged into an Intunewin file, rather than being uploaded directly.