AirWatch supports specific file types for internal applications. For some file types, you need to upload more than one file so that the application works across devices.
Find out what file types the system supports and which file types require you to upload multiple files.
Ensure that the auxiliary files packaged with Apple iOS or macOS applications do not have spaces in the names. Spaces can cause issues when you load the application to the console.
APP package bundles
Use the product provisioning feature to deploy macOS internal applications as DMG, PKG, and APP files.
See Introduction to Product Provisioning for macOS in the VMware AirWatch Product Provisioning for macOS Guide for more information.
Upload an EXE package of Win32 applications for Windows 10.
The MSI file, also called a Windows Installer, is a package that contains everything to install, maintain, and remove the software.
Upload a ZIP package of Win32 applications for Windows 10.
For information on the deployment of EXE, MSI, or ZIP files, see Distribution of Win32 Applications.
Suggestion for Developing Internal Applications
Follow the requirements for application development on the Android Developers, iOS Developer, and Microsoft Developer sites. The AirWatch Console accepts most applications built to platform specifications.
If you build Android applications with Gradle, currently, the console accepts applications built with Gradle 3.0 or older. The development team is working to integrate with newer Gradle versions.
See Upload Internal Application, Local File for steps to upload internal applications to AirWatch.