This page will show detailed information for a single package in your environment and allows to manage its assignment to users and updates.
This page looks similiar to the Package Store Details page, but gives details about a package that is already imported into your environment. It does not reflect the generic package store entry.
This page can display any package that is understood by RealmJoin Portal, this includes
Managed and Basic packages from the package store, delivered via Intune
Unmanaged packages in Intune (not from the package store)
RealmJoin Classic "Choco" and "Craft" packages
Different types of packages have different levels of support to be managed via RealmJoin Portal at this point. This guide will focus on Managed and Basic packages from the package store as these are best supported currently.
Name and Core properties
Every package details page will show an overview of the core properties like the package's Display Name, Description and Package ID ("Unique RJ ID") on the left side of the screen. This part will not scroll and be always visible in any tab.
You can use the Edit-Button next to the package's name to give a package a custom display name relevant to your users. For packages hosted in Intune, this will also rename the package's display name in Intune. This will not break the relationship with the package store entry for packages sourced from the package store.
Package Name and Status
Also displayed on the left side of the screen are four status fields for a package, displayed as tags below the package name and publisher name.
These fields are binary - they are set to one of two possible values. The text of each field changes accordingly. Some of the fields are also color-coded for easier glancability.
Maintained / Unmaintained
GKGAB will provide new versions / updates of maintained packages on a regular basis.
Automatic package management can be applied to keep the software delivered by these packages permanentely up-to-date in your environment.
Generic / Custom
"Generic" packages are available to all customers / environments.
"Custom" packages are not globally available to all customers. In most cases this is a custom software package created specifically for your environment.
Billable / Non-billable
Provisioning of this package will count towards your package usage quota - if you have one. Currently all publicly available packages are billable.
Intunemanaged / Intuneunmanaged
These tags denote packages, that are offered via Intune.
Intunemanaged: Managed and Basic packages from the package store, delivered via Intune
Intuneunmanaged: Unmanaged packages in Intune (not from the package store)
Free to Use / Needs license
Does this software need a commercial license to be used?
MS Security Center Software Inventory (TVM) entry
If available, a link to this software title's MS Security Center Software Inventory (TVM)'s entry will be displayed. There you can check for known security issues and outdated versions of this software in your organization.
An Application's TVM Entry
Also displayed on the left side of the screen is the version of the software package.
If a "preview" version of the package is deployed, you can see it here. Otherwise it will be shown as "N/A".
In the Overview tab, you can manage assignments of this package/application to users.
For supported application types, especially managed packages, you will see the package's AzureAD groups which can be used to assign applications to users or to trigger an uninstallation.
You can click the group name to enter the group's details and add/remove users to the group.
You can also review the installation status of given assignments / this package on users and clients.
The right side of the screen shows the contents of the current tab.
The following tabs are available:
Ttitle, Description and other Info
This tab will show the long description, license and technical help information of a package.
The package's changelog shows when the packages has been updated in RealmJoin's repository or Intune plus a short description of changes.
There are two types of changes tracked in Changelog.
Changes to the instance of the package in your environment, specifically in Intune. E.g. publishing a newer version of the package to your users.
Changes to package store entry.
Automation setting for a package
For managed packages, you can use the Automation tab to configure automatic publishing of new version of packages from the package store to your environment.
AutoDeployMain - Automatically deploy new versions of this package to your users. ("Main" subscription)
AutoDeployMainDeferInDays - Wait for this number of days to pass before publishing a new version to "main". This is usefull to avoid stress for users/clients if multiple package versions are published rapidly.
AutoDeployPreview - Automatically deploy new versions of this package to your pilot users. ("Preview" subscription)
AutoDeployPreviewDeferInDays - Wait for this number of days to pass before publishing a new version to "preview".
AutoDeployAtNight - Schedule automatic deployment during night time
Select target timezone - If you use AutoDeployAtNight, use this Time Zone to indicate when "at night" is.
These values can be globally preconfigured for newly imported packages in Settings. Configuring them on a per package basis will overwrite the global defaults.
Package Config Tab
You can assign multiple Technical Application Owners to a package by storing their email-address as a means to reach out. This is optional and currently is purely for information/administrative purposes.
Arguments allow you to pass command line switches to an application installation. This is commonly used to define language options or license key that need to be present at installation time.
Some package include Technical Help, to explain possible Arguments and other Requirements.
Technical Help for a Package
Intune App and RealmJoin Store
Raw JSON representation of the package and its metadata in Intune or in the package store respectively. This is primarily intended for debugging and administrative purposes.