US government endpoints for Microsoft Intune

This page lists the US Government, US Government Community (GCC) High, and Department of Defense (DoD) endpoints needed for proxy settings in your Intune deployments.

To manage devices behind firewalls and proxy servers, you must enable communication for Intune.

  • The proxy server must support both HTTP (80) and HTTPS (443) because Intune clients use both protocols
  • For some tasks (like downloading software updates), Intune requires unauthenticated proxy server access to

You can modify proxy server settings on individual client computers. You can also use Group Policy settings to change settings for all client computers located behind a specified proxy server.

Managed devices require configurations that let All Users access services through firewalls.


The inspection of SSL traffic is not supported on '', or '' endpoint.

For more information about Windows 10 auto-enrollment and device registration for US government customers, see Set up automatic enrollment for Windows.

The following tables list the ports and services that the Intune client accesses:

Endpoint IP address

US Government customer designated endpoints:

  • Azure portal:
  • Microsoft 365:
  • Intune Company Portal:
  • Microsoft Intune admin center:

Network requirements for PowerShell scripts and Win32 apps

If you're using Intune to deploy PowerShell scripts or Win32 apps, you'll also need to grant access to endpoints in which your tenant currently resides.

Azure Scale Unit (ASU) Storage name CDN
FXPASU01 sovereignprodimedatapri

Partner service endpoints that Intune depends on:

  • Azure AD Sync service:
  • Evo STS:
  • Directory Proxy:
  • Azure AD Graph: and
  • MS Graph:
  • ADRS:

Windows Push Notification Services

On Intune-managed devices managed by using Mobile Device Management (MDM), Windows Push Notification Services (WNS) is required for device actions and other immediate activities. For more information, see Enterprise Firewall and Proxy Configurations to Support WNS Traffic

Apple device network information

Used for Hostname (IP address/subnet) Protocol Port
Retrieving and displaying content from Apple servers
Communication with APNS servers
'#' is a random number from 0 to 50.
TCP 5223 and 443
Various functions including accessing the internet, iTunes store, macOS app store, iCloud, messaging, etc.
HTTP/HTTPS 80 or 443

For more information, see:

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Network endpoints for Microsoft Intune