Add Skycure apps, Microsoft Authenticator app and iOS configuration policy

Applies to: Intune in the classic portal
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You need to use Intune to add and deploy the Skycure apps so end-users can receive notifications when a threat is identified in their mobile devices, and to receive guidance to remediate the threats.

Additionally, you need the Microsoft Authenticator so users can have their identities checked by Azure AD, and the iOS app configuration policy which signals the Skycure iOS app to use Intune and Azure AD Single Sign On (SSO) so users don’t need to type username and password every time they log in the Skycure app.

Before you begin

  • The below steps need to be completed in the Intune classic portal.

  • Use the same Azure AD account previously configured in the Skycure Management console, which should be the same account used to log in into the Intune classic portal.

  • You need to have the Skycure integration file ready to use. This is the .zip file previously downloaded from the Skycure Management console, which contains the file skycure_configuration.plist with the iOS app configuration policy parameters.

  • Make sure you’re familiar with the process of:

To add the Skycure app for Android

  1. In the Intune classic portal, choose Apps > Add Apps to start the Intune Software Publisher, then click Next.

  2. On the Software setup page, choose External link, then paste the Skycure app for Android url under Specify the URL.

    Intune Software Publisher Specify the URL

  3. On the Software description page, enter the Publisher, Name and Description, select the option Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal, then click Next.

    Intune Software Publisher Software description

  4. Click Upload, then Close.

To add the Skycure app for iOS

  1. In the Intune classic portal, choose Apps > Add Apps to start the Intune Software Publisher, then click Next.

  2. On the Software setup page, choose Managed iOS App from the App Store, then paste the Skycure app for iOS url under Specify the URL.

    Intune Software Publisher Managed iOS app

  3. On the Software description page, enter the Publisher, Name and Description, select the option Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal, then click Next.

    Intune Software Publisher options

  4. On the Requirements page, select the option Any under Mobile device type, then click Next.

  5. Click Upload, then Close.

To add the Microsoft Authenticator app for iOS

  1. In the Intune classic portal, choose Apps > Add Apps to start the Intune Software Publisher, then click Next.

  2. On the Software setup page, choose Managed iOS App from the App Store, then paste the Microsoft Authenticator app for iOS url under Specify the URL.

    Intune Software Publisher Managed iOS app 2

  3. On the Software description page, enter the Publisher, Name and Description, select the option Display this as a featured app and highlight it in the company portal, then click Next.

    Intune Software Publisher Managed iOS app 3

  4. On the Requirements page, select the option Any under Mobile device type, then click Next.

  5. Click Upload, then Close.

To add the Skycure iOS app configuration policy

  1. In the Intune classic portal, choose Policy > Overview > Add Policy.

  2. In the list of policies, expand iOS, choose Mobile App Configuration Policy (iOS 8.0 and later), then choose Create Policy.

    iOS app configuration policy

  3. In the General section of the Create Policy page, supply a name and an optional description for the iOS app configuration policy.

    a. Open the skycure_configuration.plist file using a text editor like notepad, copy the content and paste it into the Mobile App Configuration Policy body, choose Validate, then choose Save Policy.

    iOS app configuration policy 2

Next steps

Deploy Skycure apps, Microsoft Authenticator app and iOS app configuration policy