It is now possible to perform app selective wipe but this function is for Microsoft apps only. It is also possible to uninstall a specific app from all devices. However, there is no way to select specific apps to uninstall from a particular device. This feature is useful for troubleshooting app installation or to force-install for only one device/user.99 votes
As of the week of Nov 26, 2018, you can remove any app on corporate-owned supervised iOS devices. You can remove any app by targeting either user or device groups with an Uninstall assignment type. For personal or unsupervised iOS devices, you will continue to be able to remove only apps that were installed using Intune.
Does this fill the request, or do you need to be able to remove apps on personal or unsupervised devices?
Some mobile apps could be required by the company as mandatory on the device (antivirus for instance). Having a feature that could prevent user to uninstall some application could help on a better user support.27 votes
As of the week of April 23, 2018, If an end user uninstalls a required app, Intune automatically reinstalls the app within 24 hours rather than waiting for the 7 day re-evaluation cycle. It’s not exactly preventing the uninstall, but is it close enough that we can call it complete?
Currently it is not possible to publish apps using a Mac OS device because the Software Publishing tool is not compatible with Mac OS (Intune standalone obviously). This is a major blocker in a Mac only environment.10 votes
We’ve been working on our MacOS story for apps. We just added support for deploying LOB apps to MacOS the week of April 23, and we previously added support deploying Office 365 apps. Does that get you what you need?
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