Windows Apps (Win32) in Microsoft Intune / Endpoint Manager provide us greater control over the deployment of applications. The Win32 apps allow us to configure additional parameters similar to Configuration …
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In Microsoft Intune, Supersedence enables you to update and replace existing Win32 apps with newer versions of the same app or an entirely different Win32app. Supersedence relationships can be created when adding or modifying a Win32app within Endpoint Manager.
The Supersedence steps allow you to specify any supersedence relationships related to the Win32 app. The supersedence relationship can help you in managing the lifecycle of an application. The older applications can be automatically uninstalled from environment by creating Supersedence relation when deploying a newer version.