Is there a way to publish a ClickOnce app in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) AppGroup

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We have an app developed internally that the developer has created as a ClickOnce app.
This works great if the user is given a full desktop and local admin but I don't want to give everyone this access or privilege but do want them to be able to run the app the same way as I have published other apps in the AppGroup.
Re-Writing the app to generate an exe is not an option, the dev updates the app on a regular basis.
So is there a a way to publish this ClickOnce app so that it shows up in the Apps list in the Microsoft Remote Desktop feed without needing to publish a full desktop?

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