In the FAQ of the "Intune Win32 Deployer" I answer general questions about handling and the functions.
Do you also have a question? Then tell me either in the comments, via a social media channel or via contact form.

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Which detection rule is used during upload?

  • Winget: Detection rule via PowerShell Script. Template: check.ps1 (
  • Chocolatey: Folder detection under "C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\lib" and the folder with the Chocolatey ID.

Do I have to be an administrator to run the app?

Basically not. Certainly not for execution.
During installation, however, it is checked whether Chocolatey and winget are available on your system. If not, you will be asked if you want to install it. .
But if you only want to distribute winget apps, you don't need Chocolatey.

What permission do I need to upload the apps to Intune?

The Intune Administrator role is sufficient for this.

Nothing happens when I start the installation, why?

This is almost certainly related to the execution policy on your system.
You can bypass these by invoking the installer like this:
PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File ".\INSTALL_Intune-Win32-Deployer.ps1"

How does this work with winget and the system context?

Rudy Ooms has written a great article on this, which he keeps up to date: Install | Deploy | Use Winget | System context | Intune (