Add app configuration policies for managed apps without device enrollment

You can use app configuration policies with managed apps that support the Intune App SDK, even on devices that are not enrolled.

Note

Apps must be targeted with Intune App Protection policy in order to receive App Configuration policies. For more information about creating Intune App Protection policies, see What are app protection policies?

  1. Sign in to Intune.
  2. Choose the Client apps workload.
  3. Choose App configuration policies in the Manage group, and then choose Add.
  4. Set the following details:
    • Name
      The name of the profile that will appear in the Azure portal.
    • Description
      The description of the profile that will appear in the Azure portal.
    • Device enrollment type
      Choose Manage apps.
  5. Select Associated app to choose the app that you are going to configure. Select the app from the list of apps that you have approved and synchronized with Intune.
  6. For each configuration setting that the app supports, type the Name and Value, and choose the ellipsis ().
    To delete a configuration, choose the ellipsis () and select Delete.

Intune App SDK-enabled apps support configurations in key/value pairs. To learn more about which key-value configurations are supported, consult the documentation for each app. Note that you can use tokens that will be dynamically populated with data generated by the application. For information about Outlook for iOS app configuration policy settings, see Manage Outlook for iOS app configuration with Microsoft Intune.

Configuration values for using tokens

Intune can generate certain tokens and send them to the managed application. For example, if your app configuration can use an email setting, you can add a dynamic email by using a token. Type the name expected by the app in the Name field, and then type \{\{mail\}\} in the Value field.

Intune supports the following token types in the configuration settings. Other custom key/value pairs are not supported.

  • {{userprincipalname}}—for example, John@contoso.com
  • {{mail}}—for example, John@contoso.com
  • {{partialupn}}—for example, John
  • {{accountid}}—for example, fc0dc142-71d8-4b12-bbea-bae2a8514c81
  • {{userid}}—for example, 3ec2c00f-b125-4519-acf0-302ac3761822
  • {{username}}—for example, John Doe
  • {{PrimarySMTPAddress}}—for example, testuser@ad.domain.com

Note

The {{ and }} characters are used by token types only and must not be used for other purposes.

Next steps

Continue to assign and monitor the app as usual.