I haven't tried that application, but you can use UEM to capture that directory, what happens if you create a UEM profile for it and get it captured? Would likely need to have it be running with directflex off. Although depending on the size of that application it may make things take longer to login/etc.
Other than that maybe it turns into one of those things where you hope that they put out an /allusers switch like we have to do with OneDrive and Teams (sigh)
Thanks Everyone . Cool Graphic sujayg15 ! thanks .
i probably should have started on the Appstack side.. my apologies. So many things cross each app though ( UEM and Appstacks ).
I install the app on my provisioning machine and publish it. It never shows up on the instant clone . im guessing its because of installing in the \appdata\local folder.. like an idiot app .
Dang that Google.
thanks for everyones help.. i'll move this over to the App Stack side.
was just curious from the UEM / DEM perspective what peeps were doing w/ apps that install in the profile directories.
Sounds like maybe UEM wont have issues.. and just to have it copy it from from the UEM profiles folder.
Hardest part appears to be the appstack side.
thanks everyone .
You might actually be able to "deploy" it using UEM if it is really just a folder under appdata\local containing all necessary files.
In your UEM config file for Google Chat, create "predefined settings". Copy the Google Chat folder from a working PC into the predefined settings "LocalAppData" folder. Add some kind of condition in UEM so that it only deploys where you need it - AD group, etc.
Theoretically this could work, but obviously do some testing.