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MC448371: Updates to network endpoints for Microsoft Intune

We have added new network endpoints for Microsoft Intune and removed several that are no longer needed. This is to accommodate new Azure Scale Units (ASU) that have been added to the Intune service.

MC448371: Updates to network endpoints for Microsoft Intune

The documentation has been updated. Here are the newly added IP addresses:

  • 20.204.193.12/30
  • 20.204.193.10/31
  • 20.192.174.216/29
  • 20.192.159.40/29

These IP addresses have been removed:

  • 13.75.39.208/28
  • 104.214.164.192/27
  • 20.189.105.0/24

How this will affect your organization

For existing customers, there is no impact to users or devices as these IP addresses are for newly added ASU’s and are not required. However, we recommend updating your firewall rules with the latest list of IP addresses to ensure all network endpoints for Intune are up-to-date.

Newly provisioned customers should ensure these IP addresses are included in their firewall rules.

What you need to do to prepare

We recommend updating your firewall rules to include the latest list of IP addresses, as applicable. See Network endpoints for Microsoft Intune documentation for the full list of IP addresses. Note: On October 27, or soon after, you can utilize the PowerShell script listed in the documentation to retrieve the latest list of IP addresses for the Intune service.

Message ID: MC448371
Published: 2022-10-21
Updated: 2022-10-21
Platform: World tenant, Online

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