Setting Up a Policy for Restricted App Access on Azure AD Joined Machines

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Hi All,

I need support to set up a policy that allows a user only specific apps like Notepad and Media Player when logging into Azure Ad Joined machine.

Posted by  Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui  in HTMD FB Group

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    2024-05-07T22:42:02+05:30

    Replied by Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui

    Hi Andre, we want to allow only Notepad and wmplayer to run for a specific user on all devices.

    Replied by David Olvera

    And what have you tried so far?

    Replied by Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui

    David Olvera
    I tried to run the startup script on azide ad joined the machine but it didn’t work. Tried device configuration policy but it supports could app

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    2024-05-07T22:39:16+05:30

    Replied by Andre Williams

    Why not Applocker

    Replied by Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui

    Andre Williams how I can use an Applocker with Intune to allow only notepad and rest of all other apps should block

    Replied by Andre Williams

    First of all , its custom in this group to say , thankyou for replying can you please give me some info on the topic , then we will take “your” time to help you ,we are not chat gpt… so start again

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    2024-05-07T22:35:40+05:30

    More details Create AAD Dynamic Groups based on Domain Join Type Hybrid Azure AD and Azure AD
    https://www.anoopcnair.com/aad-dynamic-groups-hybrid-aad-join-aad-join/

    Replied by Joseph Lavallee

    You want to look into kiosk mode

    Replied by Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui

    Joseph Lavallee can you please share some information about kiosk mouse

    Replied by Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui

    Joseph Lavallee actually we want a user xyz can login on any azure ad joined system and run only notepad and window media player

    Replied by Doug Johnson

    Muhammad Hassan Siddiqui don’t listen to this comment. This was terrible advice.

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