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Desktop client Intune installation

This guide describes how to deploy idemeum desktop client to a fleet of Windows workstations with Microsoft Intune.

Nik Pot


idemeum offers a PowerShell script that can be deployed with Microsoft Intune to silently install or upgrade idemeum desktop client. Script will pull the latest binary and will perform base installation or upgrade as necessary.

Obtain PowerShell command

  • Navigate to your idemeum tenant and access admin portal
  • Access Settings -> Desktop installation
  • Choose PowerShell submenu
  • Click Copy
  • You will be presented with the command that you can save as a PowerShell script
Please note that every time you generate a PowerShell command, idemeum will create a new set of client credentials, therefore all previously generated commands and client credentials will be invalidated.
  • Open the text editor, paste this command, and save as ps1 file so that it can be deployed with Intune

Install or update desktop client

  • Access your Intune admin dashboard
  • Navigate to DevicesWindowsScriptsPlatform scripts and then click Add
  • Give script a name
  • Upload the installation script file that you created in the previous step
  • Configure the settings as shown below
  • For assignments add the workstations or groups to which you would like to deploy idemeum client
  • Save the script configuration

Once complete you can manually trigger the deployment by navigating to Devices, choosing the workstation, and then triggering manual sync by clicking on Sync button. Or you can wait until the Intune agent will pick up the configuration and perform an installation within an hour.

Uninstall desktop client

  • To uninstall idemeum client and updater please create the following PowerShell script and save it
Start-Process -FilePath "msiexec.exe" -ArgumentList "/x {93B9CC98-6004-411E-A8BF-88F7C3BC5541} /qn" -Wait
Start-Process -FilePath "msiexec.exe" -ArgumentList "/x {71216D26-573B-402B-A3F5-A7CB9F950CFF} /qn" -Wait
Restart-Computer -Force
  • You can create your own or download at the link below
  • Create the script package similar to the one in the previous section and upload the uninstall script there

Now you can manually trigger the script deployment or wait until Intune agent will pick up the latest configuration.