Troubleshooting Intune app installation issues

This article gives troubleshooting guidance for when app installations fail for Microsoft Intune-managed apps. The Intune Troubleshoot pane provides failure details, including details about managed apps, to help you address user help requests. For detailed information, see Use the troubleshooting portal to help users at your company. In the Managed Apps pane, you can find information about the end-to-end lifecycle of an app for each individual device. You can view installation issues, such as when the app was created, modified, targeted, and delivered to a device.

Note

For specific app installation error code information, see Intune app installation error reference.

Get app troubleshooting details

Intune provides app troubleshooting details based on the apps installed on a specific user's device.

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.

  2. Select Troubleshoot + support.

  3. Click Select user to go to the Select users pane.

  4. Type the name or email address of the user you want to troubleshoot, and then click Select at the bottom of the pane. The troubleshooting information for the user is displayed in the Troubleshoot pane.

  5. Select the device that you want to troubleshoot from the Devices list.

    Screenshot of the Intune Troubleshooting pane.

  6. Select Managed Apps from selected device pane. A list of managed apps is displayed.

    Screenshot of the details of a specific device managed by Intune.

  7. Select an app from the list where Installation Status indicates a failure.

    Screenshot of a selected app that shows installation failure details.

    Note

    The same app could be assigned to multiple groups but with different intended actions (intents) for the app. For instance, a resolved intent for an app will show excluded if the app is excluded for a user during app assignment. For more information, see How conflicts between app intents are resolved.
    If an installation failure occurs for a required app, either you or your help desk will be able to sync the device and retry the app install.

The app installation error details will indicate the problem. You can use these details to determine the best action to take to resolve the problem. For more information about troubleshooting app installation issues, see Android app installation errors and iOS app installation errors.

Note

You can also access the Troubleshoot directly in your browser with this URL: https://aka.ms/intunetroubleshooting.

User Group targeted app installation does not reach device

If you have app installation problems, consider the following actions:

  • If the app does not display in the Company Portal, ensure the app is deployed with Available intent and that the user is accessing the Company Portal with the device type supported by the app.
  • For Windows BYOD devices, the user needs to add a Work account to the device.
  • Check if the user is over the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) device limit:
    1. Navigate to Azure Active Directory Device Settings.
    2. Make note of the value set for Maximum devices per user.
    3. Navigate to Azure Active Directory Users.
    4. Select the affected user and click Devices.
    5. If user is over the set limit then delete any stale records that are no longer needed.
  • For iOS/iPadOS ADE devices, ensure that the user is listed as Enrolled by User in the Intune devices Overview pane. If it shows NA, then deploy a config policy for the Intune Company Portal. For more information, see Configure the Company Portal app.

App types supported on ARM64 devices

App types that are supported on ARM64 devices include the following:

  • Web apps that do not require a managed browser to open.
  • Microsoft Store for Business apps or Windows Universal LOB apps (.appx) with any of the following combination of TargetDeviceFamily and ProcessorArchitectures elements:
    • TargetDeviceFamily includes Desktop apps, Universal apps and Windows8x apps. Windows8x apps apply only as Online Microsoft Store for Business apps.
    • ProcessorArchitecture includes x86 apps, ARM apps, ARM64 apps, and neutral apps.
  • Windows Store apps
  • Mobile MSI LOB apps
  • Win32 apps with the requirement rule of 32-bit.
  • Windows Office click-to-run apps if 32-bit or x86 architecture is selected.

Note

To better recognize ARM64 apps in the Company Portal, consider adding ARM64 to the name of your ARM64 apps.