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Using Intune to deploy the new Microsoft Quick Assist

To follow up on my previous post we now know Microsoft is moving the Quick Assist app to the Microsoft Store. My first thought was no problem I will just go into the Windows Store for Business and make the app available so I can deploy it via intune. However, that was not the case. Once I assigned it to a device I noticed I was prompted with a UAT prompt just like I was when I manually went to the Microsoft Store to download it. That is when I initially said I will need to build a custom script using the offline package. The good thing about this is I could do the cleanup of the old version at the same time.

The goods

I have put together a ZIP containing the script’s and .intunewin files. If you do not want to use my pre-wrapped file then feel free to create your own using the script. Click here to download the ZIP

Note: The logs for this script save to “C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\IntuneManagementExtension” If you would like to modify this then open “Quick-Assist-Package.ps1” and look at the following lines.

#Log output results
function LogOutput($Message) {
    $LogFile = "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\IntuneManagementExtension\Quick-Assist.log"
    "$(get-date -Format 'MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm') $($Message)" | Out-file -FilePath $LogFile -Append -Force
}
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