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Deploying Zluri Windows Agent Through MS Intune
Deploying Zluri Windows Agent Through MS Intune

This article explains how to deploy Zluri windows agent through MS Intune

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Written by Chinmay Panda
Updated over a week ago

Please make sure that you have the windows machine enrolled in Intune and You have integrated Microsoft Intune with Zluri.

Adding zluri_silent.intunewin to msintune.

Step 1:

  • Click on Apps on the sidebar in order to add the application

  • Go to All Apps and click on Add. After clicking on the add button you will get to see the Select app type blade at the right side of the screen.

Step 2:

  • From the Select App blade choose the Windows app(Win 32) from the drop-down menu

  • click on the Select button at the bottom of the blade.

Step 3:

  • Then Click on Select App package file

  • under the App information tab, you will see the App package file, under App package file choose “Zluri_silent.intunewin” from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on OK

Step 4:Under App information tab

Fill in all the mandatory fields like Name, and Description with what you can remember.Name: Zluri, Description:zluri silent, Publisher:Zluri Inc.

Click on Next

Step 5:Under the Program tab

  • In the Install Command field append /L*v “C:\zlurisilentlog.txt”

    • It will look something like: msiexec /i "zlurisilent2.5.4.msi" /qn /L*v "C:\zlurisilentlog.txt"

  • In the Device restart behavior field choose No specific action from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on Next

Step 6:Under the Requirements tab

  • Choose 32-bit and 64-bit as the Operating System architecture

  • Choose the minimum operating system available from the dropdown in the Minimum operating system field.

  • Click on Next

Step 7:Under Detection rules

  • In Rules format field Select Manually configure detection rules

  • Below “type “ field there is Add button, click on Add button

Step 8:Under the Detection rule pane

Under the pane select all the required fields

  • In the Rule type field select File from the drop-down menu

  • In the Path field enter C:\Program Files\zluri

  • In File or folder field enter zluri.exe

  • Choose the Detection method as File or folder exists from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on OK


Step 9:

  • Keep clicking on Next for the following tabs Dependencies, Supersedence, Assignments

  • After that, you can review it

  • Click Create button at the at of the page.

Step 10:

After following all the steps, you see a notification as shown in the image below.

Adding Zluri_autoauth.intunewin/Zluri helper to msintune.

The first 3 steps are the same as that of zluri_silent.intunwin setup

Step 1:

  • Click on Apps on the sidebar in order to add the application

  • Go to All Apps and click on Add. After clicking on the add button you will get to see the Select app type blade at the right side of the screen.

Step 2:

  • From the Select App blade choose the Windows app(Win 32) from the drop-down menu

  • click on the Select button at the bottom of the blade.

Step 3:

  • Then Click on Select App package file

  • under the App information tab, you will see the App package file, under App package file choose and upload “Zluri_autoauth.intunewin”

  • Click on OK

Step 4:Under App information tab

Fill in all the mandatory fields like Name, and Description with what you can remember.

Name: Zluri Helper, Description:Zluri Helper , Publisher:Zluri Inc.

  • Click on Next

Step 5:Under the Program tab

  • Make sure msiexec /i zluriautoauth.msi /qn is present in Install Command Field, if not present just add the given command.

  • In the Install Command field append /L*v “C:\zlurihelper.log” ORG_TOKEN=<enter your orgtoken > MDMMACTYPE=microsoftintune

    • It will look something like this: msiexec /i "zluriautoauth.msi" /qn /L*v "C:\zlurihelper.log" ORG_TOKEN=63b4098852ac7b521061bee6 MDMMACTYPE=microsoftintune

  • In the above command enter your org token without <>

  • In the Device restart behavior field choose No specific action from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on Next.

Step 6:Under the Requirements tab

  • Choose 32-bit and 64-bit as the Operating System architecture

  • Choose the minimum operating system available from the dropdown in the Minimum operating system field.

  • Click on Next

Step 7:Under the Detection rules tab

  • In Rules format field Select Manually configure detection rules

  • Below “type “ field there is Add button, click on Add button.

Step 8:Under the Detection rule pane

Under the pane select all the required fields

  • In the Rule type field select File from the drop-down menu

  • In the Path field enter C:\ProgramData\ConfigZluri

  • In File or folder field AppConfig.ini

  • Choose the Detection method as File or folder exists from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on OK

Step 9: Under Dependencies rules

  • Click on Add

  • In the Detection rule pane select Zluri silent that was previously uploaded.

  • Make sure Automatically Install is marke to yes

  • Click Select at the bottom of the pane

  • Click on Next

Step 10:Under the Assignments tab

  • In the Required field -Click on “Add all users” and “Add all devices”

  • If there are any grouped enrolled devices click on “Add all users” and “add all devices” in the Available for enrolled devices field.

Step 11:Click on review and create

Step 12:After following all the steps, you see a notification as shown in the image below.

FAQ:

IF ZLURI IS NOT FOUND UNDER PROGRAM FILES FOLLOW THE BELOW STEPS

  • Search Zluri in Windows Search in Taskbar -> Right Click on the first Zluri that comes in search result

  • Choose “Open file location” -> Right click on Zluri -> Click on Properties

  • In the dialog box -> Go to “Start in”->Copy the path

  • Paste the same path in the path field of the Detection rule pane.


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