- Adding apps to the app list
- Adding public apps to the app list
- Add an iOS app to the app list
- Add an Android app to the app list
- Add an Android app to the app list if BlackBerry UEM is not configured for Android Enterprise devices
- Add a Windows 10 app to the app list
- Configuring BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with the Windows Store for Business
- Configure BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with the Windows Store for Business
- Create an administrator for the Windows Store for Business
- Activate the app in the Windows Store for Business
- Allowing users to install online Windows 10 apps
- Add an app category for a Windows 10 app
- Adding internal apps to the app list
- Specify the shared network location for storing internal apps
- Add an internal app to the app list
- Adding internal apps for Android Enterprise devices
- Adding web shortcuts to devices
- Adding or changing an app configuration
- Obtain your organization’s enterprise ID for Google Play app tracking
- Adding public apps to the app list
- Preventing users from installing specific apps
- Managing apps on the app list
- Delete an app from the app list
- Change whether an app is required or optional
- Device notifications for new and updated apps
- App behavior on iOS devices with MDM controls activations
- App behavior on iOS devices with User privacy activations
- App behavior on Android Enterprise devices
- App behavior on Android devices without a work profile
- App behavior on Samsung Knox devices
- App behavior on Windows 10 devices
- Viewing app feedback
- Managing app groups
- View the status of apps and app groups assigned to user accounts
- View which apps are assigned to user groups
- Viewing and customizing the apps list
- Update the app list
- Update app permissions for Android Enterprise apps
- Accept app permissions for Android Enterprise apps
- Managing apps protected by Microsoft Intune
- Configure BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with Microsoft Intune
- Create a Microsoft Intune app protection profile
- Wipe apps managed by Microsoft Intune
- Managing Apple VPP accounts
- Limiting devices to a single app or apps that you specify
- Viewing personal app lists
- Rating and reviewing apps
- Configure the layout of apps on iOS devices
- Managing notifications for apps on iOS devices
- Managing the Work Apps icon for iOS devices
- Set the organization name for BlackBerry World
Create a Microsoft Intune app protection profile
Microsoft Intuneapp protection profile
When you create or update a
Microsoft Intuneapp protection profile in
BlackBerry UEM, the profile settings are sent to
Intuneto update the corresponding app protection policy.
Microsoft Intuneapp protection profiles can be assigned only to directory-linked groups.
If you update the app protection policy in
Intune, the changes are not synchronized with
BlackBerry UEM. After you create an app protection profile in
UEM, do not update the corresponding policy from within
- Configure the connection betweenBlackBerry UEMandMicrosoft Intuneaccording to the instructions in the on premises Configuration content or the UEM Cloud Configuration content. TheMicrosoft Intuneapp protection profile does not appear on the Policies and Profiles page if the connection isn't configured.
- ForAndroiddevices, ensure theMicrosoftCompany Portal app is installed on devices. For more information, see theMicrosoft Intunedocumentation.
- On the menu bar, clickPolicies and Profiles.
- ClickProtection > Microsoft Intune app protection profile.
- Click .
- Type a name and description for the profile.
- Configure the appropriate values for each device type.
Intuneapp protection profile to a directory-linked group.