Microsoft Intune for US Government GCC High and DoD service description
How to use this service description
The Intune US Government Service Description is designed to serve as an overview of the service offering in the GCC High and DoD environments and will cover feature variations from the commercial offering.
To learn more about Intune for GCC customers, see EMS offers for US Government and Office 365 interoperability.
Get started with Intune for US Government GCC High and DoD
The Intune GCC High and DoD offering is built on the Microsoft Azure Government Cloud and is designed to inter-operate with Office 365 GCC High and DoD environments. Full details on the service and how to use it can be found in the Intune public documentation. The public documentation should be use as a starting point for deploying and operating the service and the following Service Description details and changes from functionality or features in the GCC High environment.
Feature variations in Intune GCC High and DoD
- Intune for GCC High and DoD customers only supports standalone deployments.
- Intune for GCC High and DoD customers does not support legacy PC management (with the Intune agent). Management of Windows 10 is supported via the modern MDM channel.
- Intune for GCC High and DoD customers does not support on-premises Exchange Connector.
- Co-Management support is only available with Configuration Manager version 1906 or later.
- Windows Autopilot and Business Store features are not available to GCC High and DoD customers at this time, though planning is underway.
- Intune for GCC High does not support the Jamf Pro and Intune integration for macOS devices.
- Intune for GCC High does not support the Mobile Threat Defense connector for Android and iOS devices.
To learn more about Intune and explore how to get started see, Intune public documentation.