Deploying via Microsoft Intune
- Familiarise yourself with Microsoft Intune Standalone - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/apps/apps-win32-app-management
- Download the Microsoft Win32 Content Prep Tool - https://github.com/microsoft/Intune-Win32-App-Packaging-Tool/archive/v1.4.zip
- Download the USS Agent for Windows and Orca MSI Editor tool
- Use Orca to prepare an MST transform file based on the USS Agent MSI, to include the configuration options you want. See Deploying via Custom MSI for a guide on creating a transform file.
Deploying via Intune
Create a new folder e.g.
c:\temp\USS and place the MSI and MST file in it. Then create a
IntuneCmd.cmd file using a text editor and paste in the following command:
msiexec /i "Setup64-188.8.131.5289.msi" TRANSFORMS="ClientSettings.mst" /qn
The contents of the folder should look like this:
Run the Win32 Content Prep Tool that you downloaded earlier as an administrator. You will be prompted to answer a number of questions. Follow the example below, updating the answers to correspond to your chosen folder name and MSI/MST filenames:
On completion, the tool will create a
.intunewin file e.g.
Next, within Microsoft Intune : Client Apps create a new Windows App (Win32).
Select the previously created
The App Information should appear as follows:
The Program should be set as follows:
Set the Requirements:
Set the Detection Rules:
You can specify the product code of the MSI file if this is a one-off deployment. If you are likely to use inTune to roll out newer versions of the agent in the future, it is recommended to specify a File instead.
MSI - detect specific version
File - detect any version
Set the Return Codes:
Set the Scope Tag:
The newly created USS Agent app can now be assigned to groups or users for installation.