10 votesDarius commented
It is an absolute nightmare - I just went to GitHUB, to check a Powershell tool, and NOTHING is working, NOTHING
Visual Studio Code doesn't compile the file - the PowerShell document can't be imported - bloody hell, can Microsoft not either allow an option to apply the PFX certificate via the GUI or create a PowerShell comlet what works.
I am not a VB developer and don't have time to troubleshoot...
188 votesDarius commented
I can not believe that this doesn't have more votes.
It would be great to have the option on an application individual basis to turn on/off the update option, either within Intune (Azure) or on the VPP portal.
We recently run into the problem that a developer updated a VPP published live app, and it affected over 100 users - basically the ones what used it.
Due heavy customization on our site, we were not able to test before the roll-out and it resolved into a big business impact.
So, we could maybe receive the IPA file from the developer or get the app from the Apple Store, but this would be counterproductive and adds a lot of manual work.