Supported operating systems and browsers in Intune

Before setting up Microsoft Intune, review the supported operating systems and browsers.

For more information on configuration service provider support, visit the Configuration service provider reference.

Intune supported operating systems

Intune supports devices running the following operating systems (OS):

  • Android
  • iOS/iPadOS
  • Linux
  • macOS
  • Windows
  • Chrome OS


  • Apple iOS 15.0 and later
  • Apple iPadOS 15.0 and later
  • macOS 12.0 and later


Intune requires iOS 15.x or later for device enrollment scenarios and app configuration delivered through Managed devices app configuration policies.

For Intune app protection policies and app configuration delivered through Managed apps App configuration policies, Intune requires iOS 15.x or later.

In the context of userless iOS/iPadOS devices, there's a difference between supported OS versions and allowed OS versions. For more information, see Support statement for supported versus allowed iOS/iPadOS versions for user-less devices.



Intune requires Android 8.x or higher for device enrollment scenarios and app configuration delivered through Managed devices app configuration policies. This requirement does not apply to Microsoft Teams Android devices as these devices will continue to be supported.

For Intune app protection policies and app configuration delivered through Managed apps app configuration policies, Intune requires Android 9.0 or higher.


  • Ubuntu Desktop 22.04 LTS with a GNOME graphical desktop environment
  • Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS with a GNOME graphical desktop environment


Ubuntu Desktop already has a GNOME graphical desktop environment installed.


  • Windows 10/11 (Home, S, Pro, Education, Enterprise, and IoT Enterprise editions)

  • Windows 10/11 Cloud PCs on Windows 365


    You can continue to use Microsoft Intune to manage devices running Windows 11 the same as with Windows 10. If another article doesn't explicitly reference Windows 11, assume that feature support for Windows 10 also includes Windows 11.

    Some features may not be available on Windows 11. This article lists some known issues. As always, test your policies before broadly deploying them across your devices.

  • Windows 10 LTSC 2019/2021 (Enterprise and IoT Enterprise editions)

    For more information about managing devices running Windows 10 LTSC 2019, see What's new in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019

  • Windows 10 version 1709 (RS3) and later, Windows 8.1 RT, PCs running Windows 8.1 (Sustaining mode)

  • Windows Holographic for Business

    For more information about managing devices running Windows Holographic for Business, see Windows Holographic for Business support.

  • Surface Hub

  • Windows 10 Teams (Surface Hub)

    For more information about managing devices running Windows 10 Teams, see Manage Surface Hub with MDM


Not all Windows editions support all available operating system features being configured through MDM. For more information, see the Windows configuration service provider reference docs. Each CSP highlights which Windows editions are supported.

Customers with Enterprise Management + Security (EMS) can also use Microsoft Entra ID to register Windows 10 devices.

For guidelines on using Windows 10 virtual machines with Intune, see Using Windows 10 virtual machines.


Intune does not currently support managing UWF enabled devices. For more information, see Unified Write Filter (UWF) feature.

Windows 11 known issues

Supported platforms for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Integration

For more information, see Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on devices with Microsoft Intune

Supported Samsung Knox Standard devices

Microsoft Intune only attempts Samsung Knox activation during enrollment on supported Knox devices. Devices that don't support Samsung Knox enroll as standard Android devices. For a list of devices that support Samsung Knox, see Devices secured by Knox on the Samsung Knox website. It's important to look for your device model number when verifying support, because some device models support Knox while others don't. Always verify Knox compatibility with your device reseller before you buy and deploy Samsung devices.


You may need to enable access to Samsung servers to enroll Samsung Knox devices. For more information about enrollment, see Automatically enroll Android devices by using Samsung's Knox Mobile Enrollment.

The Samsung device models in the following table don't support Knox solutions and features. Intune enrolls them as native Android devices.

Device Name Device Model Numbers
Galaxy Avant SM-G386T
Galaxy Core 2/Core 2 Duos SM-G355H
Galaxy Core Lite SM-G3588V
Galaxy Core Prime SM-G360H
Galaxy Core LTE SM-G386F
Galaxy Grand GT-I9082L
Galaxy Grand 3 SM-G7200
Galaxy Grand Neo GT-I9060I
Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition SM-G531H
Galaxy J Max SM-T285YD
Galaxy J1 SM-J100H
Galaxy J1 Ace SM-J110F
Galaxy J1 Mini SM-J105M
Galaxy J2/J2 Pro SM-J200H
Galaxy J3 SM-J320F
Galaxy K Zoom SM-C115
Galaxy Light SGH-T399N
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9002
Galaxy Note 7/Note 7 Duos SM-N930S
Galaxy Note 10.1 3G SM-P602
Galaxy S2 Plus GT-I9105P
Galaxy S3 Mini SM-G730A
Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300
Galaxy S4 SM-S975L
Galaxy S4 Neo SM-G318ML
Galaxy S5 SM-G9006W
Galaxy S6 Edge 404SC
Galaxy Tab A 7.0" SM-T280
Galaxy Tab 3 7"/Tab 3 Lite 7" SM-T116
Galaxy Tab 3 8.0" SM-T311
Galaxy Tab 3 10.1" GT-P5200
Galaxy Trend 2 Lite SM-G318H
Galaxy V Plus SM-G318HZ
Galaxy Young 2 Duos SM-G130BU

Intune supported web browsers

Device management and administrative tasks are done in the Microsoft Intune admin center. Use these portals to access the admin center:

Microsoft Intune is supported with the following web browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge (latest version)
  • Safari (latest version, Mac only)
  • Chrome (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)

Next steps

For network configuration requirements, or to learn more about setting up devices using the configuration service provider (CSP), see: