How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy

How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy. It won’t be much easy to test InTune client functionality on office machines that are connected to cooperate network. Mainly all the communications are through 80 and 443 (HTTP and HTTPS) ports.

How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy

How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy
How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy

Microsoft’s blog post suggests to configure or alter firewall and proxy settings to allow Intune server to communicate with the clients. In case, if you’re doing a PoC for Intune, it won’t much easy to get the cooperate firewall and proxy settings changed. The catch is that if your test workstation is behind a proxy server which won’t allow system accounts rather than domain user accounts to access internet site then you won’t be able to test Intune client.

Intune team done a wonderful job to cover all firewall and proxy requirements for Intune client management in one post. More details HERE !!

Required domains for documentation, online Help, and support

Patch My PC

Required domains for Microsoft Update Services

Required domains for Windows Intune and related services

Required domains for Windows Update Services

1E Nomad

Required proxy server configuration

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How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy

However, there are dead links still available if you try to google or bing on this topic.

One of them is http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsintune/hh127692.aspx

Ports and protocols – How to Make Microsoft Intune Client Work Behind Corporate Firewall Proxy

The following table summarizes the information from the “System services ports” section. This table is sorted by port number instead of by service name. Click here to see the table

Resources

What’s New In SCCM Windows 10 Servicing Dashboard | ConfigMgr HTMD Blog (anoopcnair.com)

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