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Overview of managing Intune applications

Applies to: Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM) v2.1+

With Nerdio Manager, you can manage Intune applications. Specifically, with v2.1 you can manage Microsoft store apps. This KB provides an overview of the Intune application management module.

Enable Intune apps

Intune application managed is disabled by default in your NMM install. To enable it, navigate to Settings > Integrations and look for the Microsoft Intune tile:


Click the link Disabled to enable the feature. You will be prompted to confirm you selection:


Once you click OK, the system will check if an Intune license is available in your tenant. If it is, it will proceed with enabling Intune and you will see a new menu option in the main menu on the left:



View Intune apps

Expand the Intune menu item and click Apps to view a list of existing Intune apps in your tenant (if any).


On this screen you can search for existing Intune apps, edit or delete existing apps and add new apps.


You can hide the search section and make room for list section by clicking the double-arrow icon in the upper right of the screen.

Clicking the Refresh icon will make the system retrieve the latest list of apps from Intune. 


Nerdio Tip Currently Nerdio Manager supports editing of Microsoft Store apps only. Support for Line of Business apps is coming soon.


Add Intune app

Click the Add button to add a new Intune app. 


You must provide Name, Appstore URL and Publisher to create a new app. Description is optional but highly recommended. You may also choose to enter the groups the application will be available to install. Click Save and a new app will be created.

Edit Intune app

Locate the app you want to edit and click the Edit button.


You can change the Name, Publisher, Description and available Groups. You can not change the Appstore URL of an app. Click Save to complete your changes.

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