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Allow iOS Apps to be deployed as "Available" when targeting a Device Group

It would be awesome if we could re-build our "library" of apps that users can install and also use device licensing so we don't have to use Apple ID's

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      • Jacob Waltisbuhl commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        After a significant amount of time spent trying to figure out why apps were not displayed in the company portal despite the app being deployed as available, I discovered that apps cannot be deployed as "Available for enrolled devices" when the targeted group is a device group. This should not only be outlined more clearly during the app deployment process (i.e. grey out "device install" option when "Available for enrolled devices" is selected). More importantly, deployment of managed iOS apps to a device group as available for install should be made possible.
        The Intune Company Portal associates the device with the user anyway so should that not allow for available installation to function either way?

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