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Android
:
Microsoft Intune
app protection profile settings

These settings correspond to
Intune
app protection policy settings. If you want more information about a setting, see the
Microsoft Intune
documentation
.
Intune
app protection profile setting
Description
Encrypt app data
This setting specifies whether app data is encrypted. If you select this rule, app data is encrypted synchronously during all file input and output tasks.
Prevent
Android
backups
This setting specifies whether app data can be backed up to the
Android
Backup Service.
Block screen capture and
Android
Assistant
This setting specifies whether screen capture and
Android
Assistant app scanning capabilities are allowed when using a protected app.
App package IDs
This setting specifies the package IDs of the apps that this profile applies to. You can enter the package ID or select from the list of available
Intune
-managed apps.
Restrict web content transfer with other apps
This setting specifies which browser opens web links in apps.
  • Any app: The user can choose which app opens the web link.
  • Intune
    Managed Browser: Web links can open in any browser managed by
    Intune
    .
  • Microsoft Edge
    : Web links open in
    Microsoft Edge
    .
  • BlackBerry Access
    : Web links open in
    BlackBerry Access
    .
  • Unmanaged browser: Specify a browser not managed by
    Intune
    that opens web links.
Unmanaged Browser ID
Specify the app package ID for the browser that opens web links.
Unmanaged Browser Name
Enter the name of the app associated with the app package ID. If the user doesn't have the app installed, this name appears in the notification informing users to install the app.
Require minimum
Android
version
Select this setting to specify a minimum
Android
version to use this app. If the
Android
version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user can't use the app.
You can specify up to four release identifiers. Separate release identifiers with periods (for example, 10.3 or 10.3.14.2).
Require minimum
Android
version (Warning only)
Select this setting to specify a minimum recommended
Android
version to use this app. If the
Android
version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user receives a notification that can be dismissed.
You can specify up to four release identifiers. Separate release identifiers with periods (for example, 10.3 or 10.3.14.2).
Require minimum
Android
patch version
Select this setting to specify a minimum
Android
patch version to use this app. If the
Android
patch version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user can't use the app.
Specify the version using the date format YYYY-MM-DD.
Require minimum
Android
patch version (Warning only)
Select this setting to specify a minimum recommended
Android
patch version to use this app. If the
Android
patch version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user receives a notification that can be dismissed.
Specify the version using the date format YYYY-MM-DD.
Require minimum app version
Select this setting to specify a minimum app version to use this app. If the app version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user can't use the app.
You can specify up to four release identifiers. Separate release identifiers with periods (for example, 10.3 or 10.3.14.2).
Because different apps usually have distinct versioning schemes, if you want to specify a minimum app version, you should create a separate profile for each app.
Require minimum app version (Warning only)
Select this setting to specify a minimum recommended app version to use this app. If the app version on the device does not meet the requirement, the user receives a notification that can be dismissed.
You can specify up to four release identifiers. Separate release identifiers with periods (for example, 10.3 or 10.3.14.2).
Because different apps usually have distinct versioning schemes, if you want to specify a minimum app version, you should create a separate profile for each app.