Apps that are installed by Intune on workstations.

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Pinned Article Software management on University macOS workstations

This article focuses on remote software management on University-owned "corporate" macOS workstations that are enrolled in Intune which allows us to remotely install Intune-managed client apps. Several apps are installed automatically enrolling Mac in Intune. Users of primary-user workstation can use Company Portal to install additional apps on demand.

Known Issue: Adobe Acrobat Pro 2020 No Longer Installed

On some managed computers, Adobe Acrobat 2020 was inadvertently uninstalled and replaced by the latest version even though the user did not purchase the license for it. This happened due to misconfigured supersedence rules for this application in when the new version was first added to the Endpoint Manager. These rules are not configured correctly but there may be some computers out there that still have an incorrect version of the Acrobat installed.

Known Issue: Unable to see any apps on Company Portal

If you see a message "Your company hasn't made any apps available to you on this device" or "You don't have any apps yet" it means that your computer does not meet minimum requirements as defined in the device compliance policy (i.e. your device is not compliant).

Managed client app: Cortex XDR

The Cortex XDR agent protects Windows endpoints by preventing known and unknown malware from running on those endpoints and by halting any attempts to leverage software exploits and vulnerabilities. This is going to become a required install on all corporate endpoints.

University of Windsor Software Entitlements and Distribution

The SoftwareDepot website will soon be retired. This article contains information on how University faculty, staff and students can obtain software that they are licensed for under campus agreements, or can purchase a discounted license for under the acadmic/volume pricing agreements.