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Deploy software to mobile devices in Microsoft Intune

Updated: December 12, 2014

Applies To: Microsoft Intune

The information in this topic leads you through the steps to deploy software to mobile devices by using Microsoft Intune.

Consider the following requirements before you publish software to Microsoft Intune cloud storage:

  • Any files that are required to install the software must exist in a storage location that Intune can access and all associated files must be in the same location.

  • No single file size is larger than 2 GB.

  • Verify that you have a minimum Internet speed of 768 kbps.

ImportantImportant
Before you can create and deploy software for mobile devices from the Intune administrator console, you must ensure that you have set the mobile device management authority to Microsoft Intune.

For more information, see Manage mobile devices with Microsoft Intune.

You must publish software installers or external links to Intune cloud storage before you can deploy the software to users.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software > Add Software. If prompted, enter your Intune credentials.

    noteNote
    When you start the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher for the first time, a short delay occurs while the application is installed.

  2. On the Before you begin page, click Next.

  3. On the Software setup page, select External link in Select how this software is made available to devices.

  4. Enter the external link for the software in Specify the URL, and then click Next. Before you publish the external link, be sure to test the URL from the default Internet browser of a target mobile device.

  5. On the Software description page, provide the information that you want users to see in the company portal for the software, and then click Next. The following settings are available:

     

    Setting Details

    Publisher

    Enter the name of the publisher. For example, Microsoft or Contoso.

    Name

    Enter or change the name of the software. The software name will be displayed in the company portal. It will also be used for software searches that try to find this software. Each software package should have a unique name. If the company portal detects multiple apps with the same name, it will only display one of the apps.

    Description

    Enter a description for the software. The description will be displayed in the company portal.

    Category

    Select the category that best fits this software. Use Other Apps for software that does not match the predefined categories. The category that you select is used to classify this software. This setting is optional.

    Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal

    Select this option to display the app prominently in the company portal on user’s devices.

    Icon

    Choose whether to associate an icon with the software. The maximum size for the icon is 250 x 250 pixels. The recommended size is 32 x 32 pixels. This setting is optional.

  6. On the Summary page, verify the software information, and then click Upload. Click Close to exit the wizard.

The software is ready to be deployed.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software > Add Software. If prompted, enter your Intune credentials.

    noteNote
    When you start the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher for the first time, a short delay occurs while the application is installed.

  2. On the Before you begin page, click Next.

  3. On the Software setup page, select Software link in Select how this software is made available to devices.

  4. Select the software installer file type for the mobile device.

     

    Software installer type Supported devices

    App package for Android

    • Android

    App package for iOS

    • iOS

    Windows Phone app package

    • Windows Phone 8

    • Windows Phone 8.1

    Windows app package

    • Windows 8

    • Windows 8.1

    • Windows RT

    • Windows RT 8.1

  5. Enter the full path to the software installation file in Specify the location of the software setup files or browse to its location.

  6. Applies only to the Windows Phone App Package installer type

    • In Code-signing certificate, enter the code-signing certificate that you obtained when you set up Mobile Device Management. For more information, see Step 2: Set up direct management for mobile devices.

    • In Certificate password, enter the password for the code-signing certificate.

  7. Applies only to the App Package for iOS installer type

    Enter the full path to the manifest file in Specify the location of the manifest file or browse to its location.

    The manifest file is required to distribute your iOS application wirelessly. It is provided by Apple with your iOS application. This file is an XML .plist file that you can use to find, download, and install any iOS applications that are located outside of the Apple store. The manifest file size cannot exceed 10 KB.

    noteNote
    Based on the setup file you specify, Microsoft Intune Software Publisher attempts to automatically extract information to use for the name and description settings.

  8. On the Software description page, provide the information that you want users to see in the company portal for the software, and then click Next. The following settings are available:

     

    Setting Details

    Publisher

    Enter the name of the publisher. For example, Microsoft or Contoso.

    Name

    Enter or change the name of the software. The software name will be displayed in the company portal. It will also be used for software searches that try to find this software. Each software package should have a unique name. If the company portal detects multiple apps with the same name, it will only display one of the apps.

    Description

    Enter a description for the software. The description will be displayed in the company portal.

    Category

    Select the category that best fits this software. Use Other Apps for software that does not match the predefined categories. The category that you select is used to classify this software. This setting is optional.

    Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal

    Select this option to display the app prominently in the company portal on user’s devices.

    Icon

    Choose whether to associate an icon with the software. The maximum size for the icon is 250 x 250 pixels. The recommended size is 32 x 32 pixels. This setting is optional.

  9. Applies only to the App Package for iOS and App Package for Android installer types

    On the Requirements page, specify the architecture and the operating system that is required before the app will be installed on the mobile device, and then click Next.

  10. On the Summary page, verify the software information, and then click Upload. Click Close to exit the wizard.

The software is ready to be deployed after you publish it to Intune cloud storage. Consider the following:

  • Cloud storage: Uploaded software is stored in Intune cloud storage that your organization purchased. If you have insufficient free space to upload the software package, you are notified of this during the upload process. Intune cannot determine whether there is enough free space until after the software upload has started. For details, see Cloud storage requirements.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software > Add Software. If prompted, enter your Intune credentials.

    noteNote
    When you start the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher for the first time, a short delay occurs while the application is installed.

  2. On the Before you begin page, click Next.

  3. On the Software setup page, select Managed iOS app from the app store in Select how this software is made available to devices.

  4. Under Specify the URL, enter the URL to a free iOS app in the iTunes Store. Before you publish the managed iOS app, be sure to test that the URL is valid.

  5. On the Software description page, provide the information that you want users to see in the company portal for the software, and then click Next. The following settings are available:

     

    Setting Details

    Publisher

    Enter the name of the publisher. For example, Microsoft or Contoso.

    Name

    Enter or change the name of the software. The software name will be displayed in the company portal. It will also be used for software searches that try to find this software. Each software package should have a unique name. If the company portal detects multiple apps with the same name, it will only display one of the apps.

    Description

    Enter a description for the software. The description will be displayed in the company portal.

    Category

    Select the category that best fits this software. Use Other Apps for software that does not match the predefined categories. The category that you select is used to classify this software. This setting is optional.

    Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal

    Select this option to display the app prominently in the company portal on user’s devices.

    Icon

    Choose whether to associate an icon with the software. The maximum size for the icon is 250 x 250 pixels. The recommended size is 32 x 32 pixels. This setting is optional.

  6. On the Summary page, verify the software information, and then click Upload. Click Close to exit the wizard.

The software is now ready to be deployed.

When you deploy software, depending on the deployment action you choose, the software will be made available for users to install from the company portal, automatically installed, or uninstalled. The deployment is targeted to all groups to which you deploy the software. Make sure create the user and device groups according to the needs of your software deployment. For details, see Use groups to manage users and devices with Microsoft Intune.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software.

  2. Select the title of the mobile device software that you want to deploy, and then click Manage Deployment.

    noteNote
    When you select multiple items, and include both mobile device apps and computer software, you can only deploy the software as an Available Install.

  3. On the Select Groups page, select the user groups to which you want to deploy the software, and then click Next.

  4. On the Deployment Action page, select one of the following from the Approval column:

    • Available install – The software will be made available for users to install from the company portal.

    • Required install – The software will be automatically installed on devices to which it is deployed.

      To define a timeline for the software to be deployed, click the drop-down menu in the Deadline column, and select one of the following options:

      • None: Deploys the software based on the agent policy settings.

      • As soon as possible: During the next synchronization, Microsoft Intune scans devices in the selected groups, and then deploys the software. For more information about how to schedule synchronization, see Use policies to manage computers and mobile devices with Microsoft Intune.

      • One week: This option deploys the software package one calendar week from the current day.

      • Two weeks: This option deploys the software package two calendar weeks from the current day.

      • One month: This option deploys the software package one calendar month from the current day.

      • Custom: This option lets you set a specific date and time for the software package to deploy.

      ImportantImportant
      Deploying software may take longer than expected. It can take up to an hour before newly deployed software is available to users.

    • Uninstall – The software will be uninstalled on devices to which this deployment is targeted (where uninstall is supported).

    • Not applicable – The software will not be installed automatically, or made available in the company portal.

    For more information about the deployment actions you can use, see Understand software deployment actions.

  5. On the VPN Profile page, you can choose to associate iOS apps with a VPN profile you have deployed. The VPN connection will be automatically opened when the app is launched. To make a VPN profile available, it must have the Per-app VPN profile setting enabled.

    For information about how to configure VPN profiles, including support for associating profiles with apps, see Help users connect to their work using VPN profiles with Microsoft Intune.

  6. If the app you are deploying is compatible with Intune mobile application management policies, on the Mobile App Management page, you can associate a mobile application policy you have created with this app. For information about how to configure mobile application management policies, see Control apps using mobile application management policies with Microsoft Intune.

  7. When you are done, click Finish.

When a new version of an app you have deployed is released, Intune lets you update and deploy the newer version of the app. You can only replace a deployment with a newer version of the same app (using the same identifier). You cannot use app updates to update a deployment with a different software package.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software.

  2. From the Managed Software list, select the software you want to update, and then click Edit.

  3. In the Edit Software wizard, supply any new details for the software package.

  4. When you are finished, click Update.

When devices next check for available software, the app will be automatically updated to the latest version.

You can monitor software deployment status and software adoption in the Microsoft Intune administrator console.

noteNote
Statistics for mobile applications will be displayed only if there are users to whom the application was deployed or if there are users who attempted to download the application.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software. Click any software in the list to display the status of the software and general information about the software.

    noteNote
    Available user statistics relate to the number of users to whom the application is currently available; whereas the number of download attempts relates to all attempted downloads over time by any users to whom the application was available at any point.

  2. Click Filters, and then select a filter to restrict the displayed list of managed software.

  1. In the Microsoft Intune administrator console, click Software > Managed Software. Click any software in the list to display the status and list general information about the software.

  2. Select the software, and then click View Properties for more information about the software. The following tabs are displayed:

    1. General: provides details and links to the software status and details.

    2. Users: provides the list of users to which the software or application was deployed.

    3. Computers: This tab is available for computer software only. Provides the list of computers to which the software was deployed as a required installation.

 
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