WDAC Application ID (AppId) Tagging guide
Some capabilities of Windows Defender Application Control are only available on specific Windows versions. Learn more about the Windows Defender Application Control feature availability.
AppId Tagging Feature Overview
The Application ID (AppId) Tagging Policy feature, while based off Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC), does not control whether applications will run. AppId Tagging policies can be used to mark the processes of the running application with a customizable tag defined in the policy. Application processes that pass the AppId policy will receive the tag while failing applications won't.
AppId Tagging Feature Availability
The WDAC AppId Tagging feature is available on the following versions of the Windows platform:
- Windows 10 20H1, 20H2 and 21H1 versions only
- Windows 11
- Windows Server 2022
In this section
|Designing and Creating AppId Policies||This topic covers how to design and create AppId Tagging policies.|
|Deploying AppId Policies||This topic covers how to deploy AppId Tagging policies.|
|Debugging AppId Policies||This topic covers how to debug and view events from AppId Tagging policies.|