How to deploy a list of apps that are already in Microsoft Store app with powershell.

MoTaar 310 Reputation points

Hello, we are deploying Intune on all devices of the company, and I am looking for a way to deploy a list of apps that are already in Microsoft Store app, via powershell.

I know there is a way for win32 but this is gonna take lot of time to create a the intunewin file for each application and look for it's Install and uninstall settup.

Can you please help out?

Thank you

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  1. Crystal-MSFT 44,851 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    @MoTaar, Thanks for posting in Q&A. To deploy Microsoft Store apps via PowerShell, you can use the Add-AppxPackage cmdlet. However, prior to sideloading the .appx files, you need to obtain the Microsoft Store .appx files that you'll use to deploy (sideload) the apps in your provisioning package. For apps in Microsoft Store, you'll need to obtain the .appx files from the app software vendor directly. If you're unable to obtain the .appx files from the app software vendor, then you will need to install the apps on the devices directly from Microsoft Store.

    If you are using intone, you can deploy the app via Intune

    Hope the above information can help.

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