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I’m always tired of deploying a large number of games and vendor-specific UWP apps when deploying Windows devices. I erased them one by one with PowerShell, is there a better way?

I’m sorry if anyone already have an answer in the forum.
I’m always tired of deploying a large number of games and vendor-specific UWP apps when deploying Windows devices. I erased them one by one with PowerShell, is there a better way?

I always list up the app and hit the command like below.

Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.ZuneMusic | Remove-AppxPackage

But some games still exists so I uninstall those apps one by one.
I think it’s possible to do it from Intune with PowerShell, but I’m doing this specifically. If you have any ideas, please let me know.

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Takema 5 months 3 Answers 534 views Beginner 1

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  1. Thanks, Jitesh and Anoop.

    It’s a big help! After all, you will enumerate apps in this way. I also felt that the xml structure of the start layout was different before and after 1709, and I felt that I would be chasing after the OS architecture.

  2. We normally follow the process :

    add those games and apps to private store .
    sync WSfB with Intune …
    uninstall deployment to all windows devices

  3. Hello, You can use the PowerShell Scripts to remove all unwanted Apps in Single click, If Any App exits or want to whitelist, can modify the scripts. Instead of doing manually one by one!!

    Note – Please use this script in Test Environment, Before executing to production.

    Check PowerShell Deployment with Intune – https://howtomanagedevices.com/intune/1535/deploy-powershell-script-using-intune/

    Reference link – https://github.com/MSEndpointMgr/ConfigMgr/blob/master/Operating%20System%20Deployment/Invoke-RemoveBuiltinApps.ps1

    This scripts was for Windows 10 Version 1903, if you using different windows version. Some apps might be not removed without modifications.

    Best answer

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