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I'm currently working on an automated install script for MDM Intune.
Here is documentation >> Using 1 Intune to rule all Winget Apps – VAN-DAAG
Current issue is when you install zoom via SYSTEM account (other apps are working)
it installs on location:
So its not available for all users. (NON)
I was hoping by adding --scope machine to the script it will solve. but not.
.\winget.exe install --id $PackageName --scope machine --silent --accept-source-agreements --accept-package-agreements
If you install it as User. its installed for that user. But then it is not reported in Intune that its installed. because its in user profile.
Are there other solutions via Winget? I don't want to build something with the MSI file when there is an update.