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Please add support for Intune cloud managed clients
Going to reiterate James Hills comment below on a SaaS offering for InTune. Atm, I'm contemplating standing up an iaas machine to service InTune as we move away from an onprem SCCM environment, but with the wider org mandate to move to PaaS/SaaS, a SaaS offering is much more preferable.
I wanted to let everyone know we've removed the release candidate verbose in build 1.7.0, and Microsoft Intune subscription is ready to be purchased.
@James, we may look into this in the future.
can you make this an optional saas solution instead of having to run our own server for this
I'm marking this as shipped. It's now available in public build 184.108.40.206. We're not aware of any issues, but it's currently tagged as a release candidate. I think we'll drop that in the next few weeks. The documentation is also live at https://patchmypc.com/publishing-service-setup-documentation
@Jan, nothing planned right now, but we can likely look into that.
Any plans to include support for dependencies? Like say I have published VSCode and want to have Turtoise Git as a dependency so that they both install. I can configure this in Intune, and when I update an app with a dependency now, it seems like the dependency dissapears.
@Anthony, please add a new idea for multiple tenant support this would be a different feature.
This would be even better if you could connect to multiple Intune tenants. With companies buying each other up these days, we have a lot of mixed environments.
Intune support is now available in the latest preview build. Please watch this video for the setup and let us know what feedback you have for us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M_KvwurYJQ
Great progress @Justin. Looking forward to this.
I just wanted to update this item with our progress, and a little sneak peek of Company Portal with a Win32 application created from our service. We are making some really good progress. We may even be ready for a private preview in January. We are able to automate the creation of Win32 application within Microsoft Intune using the Microsoft Graph API. We are currently working on the logic to understand what options we can offer for updating applications once created in Intune. We still have a good amount of work to do, but we are making great process.Let me know if you have any questions.
We've started looking into the Microsoft Graph API in relationship to Microsoft Intune. I hope within the next couple of months, we will be able to update this idea with any progress and the possibility of us supporting this feature request.
Love this idea. We've been playing with CoMgmt and as soon as we switch the software updates workload to Intune, we lose all 3rd party patch protection.
This would be the next big feature/gap for sure.
We are slowly making the transition, it would be nice to have parity between management systems.
Hey Jan,Great idea, this is the next BIG feature/goal we want to look into after completing the application feature in SCCM https://ideas.patchmypc.com/ideas/PATCHMYPC-I-16. We will probably have the application creation/management feature completed in the next few months.From an Intune perspective, we haven't researched to deeply yet what's available to use from an API perspective, but if there is a way to can use any Intune/Graph API's we certainly would love to support Intune in the future.