Deploying via Microsoft Intune

Updated 2 years ago by admin

This is a customer contributed article


  1. Familiarise yourself with Microsoft Intune Standalone -
  2. Download the Microsoft Win32 Content Prep Tool -
  3. Download the USS Agent for Windows and Orca MSI Editor tool
  4. 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-" 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. Setup64-

Next, within Microsoft Intune : Client Apps create a new Windows App (Win32).

Select the previously created .intunewin file.

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:

Click Add:

The newly created USS Agent app can now be assigned to groups or users for installation.

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