Automated Application Management for Microsoft Endpoint Manager

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The 08/11/20 catalog release contains bug, feature and security-related updates.


Our most common question since releasing automated Win32 application creation for Microsoft Intune is, “How can I automate patching third-party applications for existing devices within Intune?” In Microsoft Intune, it can be challenging to know how to update third-party products like Adobe Reader, Oracle Java, Google Chrome, 7-Zip, etc.

Today, we’re excited to announce the public preview availability of third-party patching for Microsoft Intune and explain some of the challenges we had while developing our solution. Learn more by clicking the image below 👇

Intune Third-Party Patching Feature Now Available

Updates and Base Applications Added:

Updates and Base Installs Superseded:

  • 8×8 – Virtual Office Desktop (x64)
  • Adobe Acrobat DC Update 15.006.30523
  • Adobe Acrobat DC Update 17.011.30171
  • Adobe Acrobat DC Update 20.009.20074
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC MUI 15.006.30527
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC MUI 17.011.30171
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC MUI 20.009.20074
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC 20.009.20074
  • Adobe Flash Player ActiveX (MSI & EXE)
  • Adobe Flash Player Plugin (MSI & EXE)
  • Adobe Flash Player PPAPI (MSI & EXE)
  • Apple iCloud (x64/x86)
  • Cisco WebEx Meetings
  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.105 (x64/x86)
  • Microsoft OneDrive 20.084.0426.0007
  • Node.js 14.7.0 (x64/x86)
  • Right Click Tools 4.3.2007.2802
  • SketchUp Pro 2020 20.1.235 (x64)
  • SyncBackFree
  • TortoiseHg 5.4.2 (x64/86)

Update Type:

  • Feature Release
  • Bug Fix Release =
  • Security Release

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