Using the Windows App Management Admin Tool to obtain Windows app IDs

You can use the MaaS360 Windows App Management Admin Tool to extract app-related properties for Windows Store apps and Enterprise Universal Windows Packages (UWP).

Obtaining app IDs for the MaaS360 App Catalog

Follow these steps to extract app properties for the MaaS360® App Catalog:
App Catalog Prerequisites Procedure
Add Windows Universal App Package (.appx or .appxbundle) Windows 10+ PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the Package Family Name for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app and then click Get App Properties.
  5. Copy the Package Family Name from the results as the Package Family Name of the app.
Windows Installers (.msi) Any Windows PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the properties for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app and then click Get App Properties.
  5. Copy the Product Code, Upgrade Code, Product Name, and Product Version.

Obtaining app IDs for Windows MDM policies

Follow these steps to extract app properties for Windows MDM policies:
Windows MDM Policy Prerequisites Procedure
Application Compliance for Silverlight Apps - Store Apps. Any Windows PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Run the tool.
  3. Enter the Windows Store URL for the app and then click Get AppLocker Properties.
  4. Copy the Windows Phone Legacy ID to the allowlist or blocklist GUID field.

Application Compliance for Universal Apps - Store Apps

or

Windows Information Protection > Protected Universal Apps - Store Apps

Any Windows PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Run the tool.
  3. Enter the Windows Store URL for the app and then click Get AppLocker Properties.
  4. Copy the Package Identity Name (App Name) and the Publisher Name to corresponding fields.

Application Compliance for Universal Apps - Enterprise Apps (.appx or .appxbundle)

or

Windows Information Protection > Protected Universal Apps - Enterprise Apps (.appx or .appxbundle)

Windows 10+ PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the properties for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app from the location that you copied the app to and then click Get AppLocker Properties.
  5. Copy the Package Identity Name (App Name) and the Publisher Name to the corresponding fields.

Application Compliance for Desktop Apps (.msi, .exe, .mst, .msp, or .com)

or

Windows Information Protection > Protected Desktop Apps (.msi or .exe)

Windows 10+ PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the properties for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app from the location that you copied the app to and then click Get AppLocker Properties.
  5. Copy the Package Identity Name (App Name) and the Publisher Name to the corresponding fields.
Privacy Restrictions > App Permissions for Applications - Store Apps Any Windows PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Run the tool.
  3. Enter the Windows Store URL for the app and then click Get AppLocker Properties.
  4. Copy the Package Family Name (App ID) in the corresponding field.
Privacy Restrictions > App Permissions for Applications - Enterprise Apps (.appx or .appxbundle) Windows 10+ PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the properties for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app from the location that you copied the app to and then click Get App Properties.
  5. Copy the Package Family Name (App ID) to the corresponding field.
Kiosk Mode Restrictions > Universal Apps - Enterprise App Windows 10+ PC or Server
  1. Install the Windows App Management Admin Tool on a Windows 10+ machine running PowerShell 2.0+.
  2. Copy the app that you want to extract the properties for.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Select the app from the location that you copied the app to and then click Get App Properties.
  5. Copy the AUMID in the field for the App ID for Universal Windows App.