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247 VOTE
Status SUBMITTED
Created by Thijs Lecomte
Created on Mar 26, 2021

Intune support for MacOS

Lot's of MEM customers are also using MacOS devices. Would be great if this was also supported within PatchMyPC.


The way of packaging is mostly the same as for Windows devices

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  • Edward Silverio
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    Apr 10, 2024

    MacOS devices are definitely gaining ground in a lot of enterprises. Having Patch My PC support 3rd party patching on those devices will be a major enhancement to the Intune environment.

  • David Roy
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    Mar 13, 2024

    Please look into this, I see a lot of competitors have this feature.

  • Guest
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    Mar 6, 2024

    Please guys.... we need this. I hope this is planned for the SAS release of PMP

  • John DeShano
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    Mar 5, 2024

    Need this badly

  • Bobby Hodges
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    Feb 14, 2024

    Please consider supporting patch management of macOS devices via Intune. I don't want to manage two disparate patch management systems and my sanity is slowly slipping into the void.

  • Guest
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    Jan 17, 2024

    I would love to see the ability to integrate 3rd party app publishing/patching for MacOS devices in Intune. Operationally it will benefit us to be able to deploy these updates to devices similarly to how we deploy them to Windows devices.

  • Claudio Mendes
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    Dec 21, 2023

    would be awesome having pmpc support mac os...

  • J S
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    Dec 16, 2023

    For those looking for an alternative -- at least for now -- I strongly suggest looking at Installomator.

    We use Jamf for Mac MDM (with the Intune device compliance integration) and recently moved to Installomator for 3rd party app patch management, after realizing Jamf's built in patch mgmt platform doesn't cut it.

    It's definitely not as easy to configure as PMP for Windows, but once you get the hang of it and establish a standard process, it's pretty straightforward. If anyone has specific questions Im happy to answer

  • Daniel Bleyer
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    Nov 29, 2023

    our estate is about 50/50 mac and windows, so this would be a game changer for us!

  • Guest
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    Oct 2, 2023

    PLEASE!

  • Guest
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    Sep 19, 2023

    I cannot stress just how important this integration is. We are seeing massive growth on Mac users and MDM in the last 12 months, and we need to be able to patch third party apps and even MAC OS.

  • Guest
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    Jul 5, 2023

    We need this feature soon. The Intune does not have feature to patch third party application and we have some critical users on Mac.

  • Guest
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    Apr 12, 2023

    We really need this!

  • Steven Pearson
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    Mar 23, 2023

    This would be a great addition and would definitely encourage my organisation to purchase as we have an increasing number of Macs joining our Intune MDM that are not currently getting patched properly.

  • Holden Swann
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    Oct 18, 2022

    Supporting the macOS with third-party application updates is becoming more of a requirement in my current organization as MS Intune provides more support for this operating system. Is this something that will be considered soon?

  • James Hawthorn
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    Sep 23, 2022

    This would change my life.

  • Claudio Mendes
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    Jul 13, 2022

    nomacs

  • Claudio Mendes
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    Jun 8, 2022

    eclipse, android studio, securecrt, github, docker, Apache Directory Studio, realvnc, DBeaver, snagit, Disk Drill, Nik Collection, vox music player, R-STUDIO, LuLu, Little Snitch

  • Claudio Mendes
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    Jun 5, 2022

    adobe acrobat, lightroom, photoshop, amphetamine, Antivirus One, AppCleaner, Apple remote desktop, archicad, autodesk autocad, infraworks, balenaEtcher, bluebeam, BlueHarvest, Burn, CCleaner, cisco anyconnect, jabber, webex, CleanMyMac X, Cyberduck , DAEMON Tools, DaisyDisk, devolutions remote desktop manager, discord, dymo connect, Elmedia Player, epos connect, ExifCleaner, FileZilla, Flameshot, Folx, Forklift, Foxit Reader, Free Download Manager, Google Chrome, Greenshot, IINA, iTerm2, jabra direct, keepass, Keka, libreoffice, logi tune, logitech options, microsoft company portal, Edge, office 365, onedrive, powershell, microsoft remote desktop, skype, teams, visual studio code, Mozilla Firefox, MPV, nexthink collector, nmap, oracle java, VirtualBox, Paragon NTFS, Parallels Desktop, Parallels Toolbox, PDFsam, plantronics hub, poly lens, pulse secure desktop client, roxio Toast, SD Card Formatter, sketchup, slack, Space Radar, Sublime Text, Support App, Teamviewer, TextMate , The Unarchiver, Transmit, trend micro apex one, Tuxera NTFS, Unarchiver One, VeraCrypt, VLC Media Player, VMware Fusion, horizon client, VMware tools, wireshark, Xee,

  • Claudio Mendes
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    Jun 3, 2022

    +1

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MacOS third party apps support through Intune

Merged
time has come :D
Claudio Mendes almost 2 years ago in Patch My PC Publisher 1 SUBMITTED
121 VOTE

Intune macOS App Support

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Guest 12 months ago in Patch My PC Publisher 0 SUBMITTED