Overview of Intune Certificates
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that focuses on mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM). IT admins can upload MSIX app packages to Intune and to deploy applications to end users. If an MSIX package is signed with a custom certificate, the certificate must be installed on the end user's PC for the application to work correctly.
Using certificates for authentication helps end users access various applications without the need to enter usernames or passwords. Certificates provide seamless access through the following phases:
Authentication Phase: The user’s authenticity is checked to confirm the user is who they claim to be
Authorization Phase: The user is subjected to conditions for which a determination is made on whether the user should be given access.
Add an Intune Certificate
Nerdio Manager allows you to manage Intune certificates.
To add an Intune certificate:
At the Account level, navigate to Intune > Apps.
By default, the details in the Certificates for MSIX Apps section is hidden. Select the gears and turn off Hide this section.
Select Add certificate.
Enter the following information:
Name: Type the certificate name.
Description: Type a description of the certificate.
Choose File: Select the desired *.cer file.
Add all users: Select this option to assign to a pre-created virtual group of all users that are assigned an Intune license.
Add all devices: Select this option to assign to a pre-created virtual group of all devices that are enrolled into management.
Groups: From the drop-down list, select the group members that are assigned to an Intune license.
Once you have entered all the desired information, select OK.
Notes: From the action menu next to each certificate, you can:
Select Edit to edit the certificate.
Select Delete to delete the certificate.