Microsoft Intune Enterprise Application Management

Microsoft Intune Enterprise App Management enables you to easily discover and deploy applications and keep them up to date from the Enterprise App Catalog. The Enterprise App Catalog is a collection of prepared Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications. These apps are Win32 apps that are prepared as Win32 apps and hosted by Microsoft.


Enterprise App Management is an Intune add-on as part of the Intune suite that is available for trial and purchase. For more information, see Use Intune Suite add-on capabilities.

Benefits of Enterprise App Management

The Enterprise App Management provides the following benefits:

  • Streamlined app management: You can save time and reduce complexity by streamlining the app management process. Discover and add apps directly from the Intune console.
  • Stay current with updates: You're able to keep apps up-to-date by easily creating apps for the new versions of products as they're available in the catalog.

When you add an Enterprise App Catalog app, Intune prefills the following installation details:

  • Commands to install and uninstall the app
  • Time required to install the app
  • Option to allow app uninstallation by the end user
  • Installation and device restart behavior
  • Return codes to indicate post-installation behavior
  • Whether to install the app for system or user

Microsoft Intune prefills the detection rules that devices must meet before the app is installed:

  • File size
  • File version
  • Registry

Also, Intune prefills the requirements that devices must meet before the app is installed:

  • Windows OS architecture required
  • Minimum OS required


Microsoft recommends using the pre-populated fields containing specific commands and rules, however you can modify the pre-populated fields if needed.

You can also configure app specific rules used to detect the presence of the Enterprise App Catalog app. You can choose to either manually configure the detection rules or use a custom script to detect the presence of the app before installing the app.

Self-updating apps

The Enterprise App Catalog includes apps that self update. Intune ensures the app is at least at a target minimum version, and considers the app installed if the detected version of the app is at or above the minimum version. Self-updating apps update on client devices based on the vendor's process. Intune reports the version of the app detected on the device.


Self-updating apps may require that your tenant has network rules configured to allow an update from the app vendor.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How can I request to add an application the Enterprise App Catalog?

If you aren't already working with a Microsoft contact, fill out the Enterprise app management app catalog request form.


Microsoft makes no guarantee, express or implied, with respect to adding a requested app to the Enterprise App Catalog. Once the submission is reviewed using the form provided above, the app may or may not be added to the Enterprise App Catalog. Microsoft does not offer or assume any Service Level Agreement (SLA) or timeline with regard to adding an app to the Enterprise App Catalog.

Where are the devices downloading the app content from?

Microsoft hosts the applications in Microsoft storage.

Is Microsoft providing security around any of the content provided in the Enterprise App Catalog?

No. Microsoft makes no guarantee, express or implied, with respect to the security and compliance of the applications provided in the Enterprise App Catalog.

What app installer types are in the Enterprise App Catalog?

The apps currently provided in the Enterprise application catalog are Windows Win32 applications (exe and msi).

How will Microsoft detect if an application from the Enterprise App Catalog is in use?

At this time, Intune provides no running application detection.

What is the Service Level Agreement (SLA) for when an app update is available in the catalog?

No SLA is currently available.

How many applications are in the catalog?

At the time of general availability (GA), Microsoft expects to have 100 applications available in the Enterprise App Catalog. More apps are available on an ongoing basis.

How can working with the applications in Enterprise App Catalog be automated?

Graph API will be available soon after general availability.

Will Enterprise catalog apps automatically update to a new version when a new version is available in the Enterprise app catalog?

No, the created app remains at the version it was created at so the IT Pro can have full control over the experience.

Can you get licensed applications from this catalog?

Yes. You can get licensed applications from the Enterprise App Catalog, although you're responsible for purchasing the license from the vendor and distributing it to your organization. Intune doesn't perform a license check on Enterprise App Catalog apps.

Can Enterprise App Management be purchased standalone?

Yes. Enterprise App Management can be purchased as a standalone SKU or as part of the Microsoft Intune Suite.

Can Enterprise App Management be leveraged with Microsoft Configuration Manager?

Enterprise App Management is only provided by Microsoft Intune. Configuration Manager doesn't directly support Enterprise App Management apps, however co-managed clients can get Enterprise App Catalog apps when targeted from Microsoft Intune.

Does Enterprise App Management use Winget?

No. Enterprise App Catalog apps are directly installed by the Intune management extension (IME).

How do I update my Enterprise App Catalog app?

You can configure what experience you want related to uninstalling the previous version, however the behavior of the application upgrade is controlled by the vendor.

After several hours, what can I do if my app continues to show that it isn't ready and that the requested content is still being prepared?

If the app content hasn't synced after several hours, delete the app and try again.

Is there an Intune report available to view details about the Enterprise App Catalog apps for a specific device?

Yes, the Managed Apps report provides a report of apps on a specific device that are currently installed, not installed, or available for install. For the device, the report provides details about the application, version, resolved intent, and installation status. For more information about this report, see Managed Apps report.

Apps available in the Enterprise App Catalog

There are various applications available in the Enterprise App Catalog. To view the current application list in Microsoft Intune admin center, see Add a Windows catalog app (Win32) to Intune.


Additional apps will be available on an on-going basis in the Enterprise App Catalog.

The following table of Enterprise Apps is available within Intune:

3CXPhone for Windows
ActiveState Software Komodo Edit
AIMP for Windows
Aircall for desktop
Amazon AWS Tools for Windows
Amazon AWS VPN Client
Amazon Corretto 15
Amazon Corretto 16
Amazon Corretto 19
Amazon Corretto 8
Amazon Kindle
Android Studio 2022
Android Studio 3
Android Studio 4
App Dynamic AirServer Universal
Araxis Merge
Arduino IDE
Artweaver Free
ASAP Utilities
Atomi Systems ActivePresenter
Autodesk Single Signon Component
AVS Media Player
Azure Functions Core Tools
Belgium e-ID viewer
Beyond Compare
BlueJeans 2
Brady Workstation
Bria Enterprise
Burp Suite Community Edition
Burp Suite Professional Edition
Capture One 20
Cisco Jabber 14
Cisco JVDI Agent 12
Cisco Webex Meetings
Cisco WebEx Recorder and Player
Cisco WebEx Recording Editor
Cisco Webex Teams
Citrix Receiver
Citrix Workspace app
Citrix Workspace app LTSR
Cloudflare WARP
Colour Contrast Analyser
Creative Force Kelvin
David Kocher Cyberduck
DAX Studio
DB Browser for SQLite
DBeaver Community
Dell Command Update (Windows Universal Application)
Docker Desktop Desktop
Duo Desktop
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 11 (LTS)
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 15
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 16
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 17 (LTS)
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 18
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 19
Eclipse Temurin JDK with Hotspot 8 (LTS)
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 11 (LTS)
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 12
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 15
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 16
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 17 (LTS)
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 18
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 19
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 20
Eclipse Temurin JRE with Hotspot 8 (LTS)
Egnyte Connect Desktop App
Egnyte WebEdit
FastStone Soft Capture
FastStone Soft Image Viewer
Foxit PDF Editor 11
Foxit PDF Editor 12
Foxit PDF Reader
Frame App
Free Countdown Timer
FXHOME HitFilm Express
Gadwin PrintScreen
Gadwin PrintScreenPro
GitHub CLI
GoodSync 12
Google Chrome for Business
Google Drive
Google Drive File Stream
HP Prime Virtual Calculator
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JDK 11 (LTS)
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JDK 16
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JDK 17 (LTS)
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JDK 18
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JDK 8 (LTS)
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JRE 11 (LTS)
IBM Semeru Runtime Open Edition JRE 17 (LTS)
IronPython 2.7
JAM Software TreeSize Free
KeePass Password Safe (Classic Edition)
Kerio Connect
Lenovo Quick Clean
Logi Tune
Logitech SetPoint
LogMeIn GoToMeeting IT Installer
MariaDB Server 10.4
MariaDB Server 10.6
MariaDB Server 10.9
Mattermost Desktop
Mendeley Desktop
Mendeley Reference Manager
Microsoft .NET Runtime 6.0
Microsoft .NET Runtime 7.0
Microsoft ASP.NET Core Runtime 7.0
Microsoft Azure CLI
Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer
Microsoft OLE DB Driver 18 for SQL Server
Microsoft Power BI Desktop
Microsoft PowerShell Core
Microsoft PowerToys
Microsoft Skype for Desktop
Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Report Builder
Microsoft Surface Diagnostic Toolkit for Business
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable
Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2022 Redistributable
Microsoft Visual Studio Code
Microsoft Windows Admin Center
Microsoft Windows Desktop Runtime 7.0
Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla Firefox ESR 102
Mozilla FrontMotion Firefox Community Edition
Mozilla FrontMotion Firefox Community Edition ESR
Mozilla SeaMonkey
Mozilla Thunderbird
MuseScore 3
Nessus Agent 10
Nitro Pro 13 (Retail)
Node.js 15
Node.js 17
Node.js 18 LTS
Node.js 19
NVIDIA GeForce Experience
OpenJDK 11
OpenJDK 16
OpenJDK 17
OpenShot Video Editor
Oracle Java Runtime Environment Version 8
Oracle Java SE Development Kit 17
Oracle MySQL Installer 8 for Windows
Parallels Client 18
PDFsam Basic
PDFsam Visual
Pexip Infinity Connect
pgAdmin 4
Piriform CCleaner
Piriform CCleaner Slim
Plex Media Server
Poll Everywhere
Poly Lens Desktop App
Project Plan 365
Project Viewer 365
Python 3.10
Python 3.11
Python 3.9
QNAP Qsync
R for Windows
Rarlab WinRAR
Remote Help
REV Hardware Client
Royal TS 5
Royal TS 6
Royal TS 7
RStudio 1.4
Sejda PDF Desktop
Simon Tatham Putty
SnapGene Viewer
Snapmaker Luban
Squirrels Reflector 3
Squirrels Reflector 4
SRWare Iron
SURF eduVPN Client
Synology Drive
Sysprogs SmarTTY
Tabular Editor 2
TeamSpeak client
TechSmith Snagit 2019
TechSmith Snagit 2020
TechSmith Snagit 2021
TechSmith Snagit 2023
TechSmith Snagit 2024
TGRMN Software Bulk Rename Utility
The Document Foundation LibreOffice 6.3
The Document Foundation LibreOffice 7.4 Help Pack
The Document Foundation LibreOffice 7.5 SDK
TI-SmartView CE-T
TortoiseSVN ipv6
voidtools Everything
voidtools Everything Lite
Waterfox Classic
Xamarin Mono for Windows
XnSoft XnView Extended
XnSoft XnView Standard
Yubico Authenticator
Zoom Client for Meetings
Zoom Plugin for Microsoft Outlook
Zulu JDK 11 (LTS)
Zulu JDK 13 (MTS)
Zulu JDK 15 (MTS)
Zulu JDK 16 (STS)
Zulu JDK 17 (LTS)
Zulu JDK 18 (STS)
Zulu JDK 8 (LTS)
Zulu JRE 11 (LTS)
Zulu JRE 13 (MTS)
Zulu JRE 15 (MTS)
Zulu JRE 17 (LTS)
Zulu JRE 8 (LTS)

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