Intune Hybrid – Deploy msi to enrolled Windows 10 machine with ConfigMgr

This post will show how to deploy an MSI application to a Windows 10 machine enrolled as a mobile device in a ConfigMgr Current Branch 1610 environment with an Intune subscription. The Windows 10 machine has already been enrolled and has the Company Portal installed. For details on how to configure hybrid MDM and how to enroll devices, see Setup hybrid mobile device management (MDM) with System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune

Right click Applications, select Create Application.


Make sure to specify the type as Windows Installer through MDM (*.msi) and specify the location of the .msi file. In my example I am using the 32bit 7zip msi.


I have clicked Yes.



I have changed the name and left it as all default information.




Now I will deploy the application as an available application for the user to download and install from the Company Portal. Right click on the application and click Deploy.


I have selected a user collection and clicked Next.


Click on Add then select distribution point, then I will distribute the package to the cloud based intune DP.


I am deploying this as Available in this example and have left all other options as default and clicked Next on each screen.


Now the application is deployed.


In the content status section of the ConfigMgr console, I have made sure that the application has been successfully distributed to the Intune distribution point.


Now on my enrolled Windows 10 (1607) machine I have opened up Company Portal and can see the 7zip application available.


I have clicked on the application and then clicked on Install.


Now 7zip has installed successfully.



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