App Lob: How to Create Custom Apps for Your Business with App Lab
What is App Lob and Why You Need It
If you are looking for a way to make your organization's apps available to your employees or students, you might want to consider app lob. App lob stands for line-of-business app, which is a custom app that is specific to your school, business, or industry. App lob can help you streamline your workflows, improve your productivity, and enhance your security. In this article, we will explain what app lob is, what benefits it offers, and how to add an app lob to Microsoft Intune.
App Lob Definition
App lob is a term that refers to two related concepts:
A line-of-business app is an app that you add from an app installation file. This kind of app is typically written in-house or by an ISV that you invite. A line-of-business app can be a Windows app, an Android app, or an iOS app. A line-of-business app is only available to your organization and cannot be found in the public Microsoft Store or Google Play Store.
Microsoft Store for Business or Education
Microsoft Store for Business or Education is a portal that allows you to acquire, manage, and distribute apps to your employees or students. You can use Microsoft Store for Business or Education to add line-of-business apps to your private store, where they can be accessed by your users. You can also use Microsoft Store for Business or Education to acquire free apps from the public Microsoft Store.
Benefits of App Lob
App lob offers several advantages for your organization, such as:
Customization and control
With app lob, you can create apps that are tailored to your specific needs and preferences. You can also control who can access, install, and update your apps. You can assign apps to specific groups of users, devices, or locations. You can also monitor the usage and performance of your apps.
Security and compliance
With app lob, you can ensure that your apps are secure and compliant with your policies and regulations. You can use Microsoft Intune to apply security settings and policies to your apps, such as encryption, authentication, and data protection. You can also use Microsoft Intune to remotely wipe or uninstall apps from lost or stolen devices.
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Distribution and management
With app lob, you can easily distribute and manage your apps across your organization. You can use Microsoft Intune to deploy apps to your users' devices over the air, without requiring physical access or user intervention. You can also use Microsoft Intune to update apps automatically or on demand.
How to Add an App Lob to Microsoft Intune
If you want to add an app lob to Microsoft Intune, you need to follow these steps:
Select the app type
Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center. Select Apps > All apps > Add. In the Select app type pane, under the Other app types, select Line-of-business app. Click Select.
Select the app package file
In the Add app pane, click Select app package file. In the App package file pane, select the browse button. Then, select a Windows installation file with the extension .msi, .appx, or .appxbundle; an Android installation file with the extension .apk; or an iOS installation file with the extension .ipa. The app details will be displayed. When you're finished, select OK on the App package file pane to add the app.
Set app information
Select scope tags (optional)
In the Scope tags page, you can assign scope tags to your app. Scope tags are used to filter policies and apps to specific admin roles or groups. For example, you can use scope tags to limit the visibility and management of your app to certain locations or departments. To learn more about scope tags, see Use RBAC and scope tags for distributed IT.
In the Assignments page, you can assign your app to groups of users or devices. You can choose from three types of assignments: - Required: The app is automatically installed on devices that belong to the selected groups. - Available for enrolled devices: The app is available for users to install from the Company Portal app or website on devices that are enrolled with Intune. - Uninstall: The app is uninstalled from devices that belong to the selected groups. To add an assignment, select Add group, choose the assignment type, and select the groups that you want to assign the app to. You can also configure some settings for each assignment type, such as: - Deadline: The date and time by which the app must be installed on devices. - Restart behavior: The behavior of the device after the app installation, such as No action required, App install may force a device restart, or Device restart may be required. - Notifications: The notifications that are displayed to users before and after the app installation. When you're done, select Next.
Review and create
In the Review + create page, you can review the settings for your app and create it. You can also edit any settings if needed. When you're ready, select Create to add your app to Intune.
App lob is a great way to make your organization's apps available to your employees or students. App lob allows you to create custom apps that are specific to your school, business, or industry. App lob also offers benefits such as customization, control, security, compliance, distribution, and management. You can use Microsoft Intune to add an app lob to your private store and assign it to your users' devices. We hope this article has helped you understand what app lob is and how to use it.
Here are some frequently asked questions about app lob:
What is the difference between an app lob and a public store app?
An app lob is a custom app that is only available to your organization and cannot be found in the public Microsoft Store or Google Play Store. A public store app is an app that is available to anyone and can be found in the public Microsoft Store or Google Play Store.
How do I update an app lob?
To update an app lob, you need to upload a new version of the app package file with a higher version number than the previous one. You can use Microsoft Intune to update your app lob automatically or on demand.
How do I remove an app lob?
To remove an app lob, you need to delete it from Microsoft Intune and unassign it from any groups. You can also use Microsoft Intune to uninstall your app lob from devices remotely.
How do I troubleshoot an app lob?
To troubleshoot an app lob, you can use Microsoft Intune to monitor its status, usage, and performance. You can also use Microsoft Intune to view any errors or issues that occur during or after the installation.
Where can I find more information about app lob?
You can find more information about app lob on these websites: - [Add line-of-business apps] - [Microsoft Store for Business] - [Microsoft Store for Education]( ) You can also contact Microsoft support or your app developer for assistance.