If you are interested, how to automatically deploy Azure Information Protection on your environment using Intune, that post is for you! 🙂
Last time I prepared a post about deploying Chrome using Intune (PL language), so it will be a similar post. Let’s start!
First, we should start with download the proper version of AIP. If we are using Unified Labeling, please download that version which contains “UL” on the name file. If not, we will use standard version: AzInfoProtection_MSI_for_central_deployment.msi
You can download that files from that page: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53018
Once you’re done with downloading, please be sure that you have downloaded IntuneWinAppUtil.exe from GitHub.
Let’s open PowerShell and start with converting files. The proper command will be (please remember to change to your own paths):
.\IntuneWinAppUtil.exe -c "E:\IntuneWork\Win32App\AIP\MSI" -s "AzInfoProtection_MSI_for_central_deployment.msi" -o "E:\IntuneWork\Win32App\AIP\FinalFiles"
- -c is source folder
- -s is installation file
- -o is outpout folder
Final results looks like on my screen:
If that step is finished, please open Device Management Portal, go to Client Apps > Apps > Add and add new Windows app (Win32).
Upload file which you’re created on the latest step, configure the first tab named: App Information and go to the tab named Program. As you can see, Win32 Converter automatically created installation and uninstallation command.
You can choose your own requirements options and return codes, but you should check how to detect that software. I’m using for that MSI detection rules.
It’s this same MSI content that you see on installation string.
When you configure those options, please create Save, assign to proper group and assing.
It will be deployed without any issues.