Create DNS records for Microsoft Intune including Workplace Join & Work Folders


In order to take benefit of all related services to Microsoft Intune and attached services regarding Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) a number of DNS records must be added in your public DNS namespace. Hereby an overview of DNS records required including their associated services.

Just to be sure yourdomain.com is used as fictive placeholder and must be replaced with your own organization (public) namespace.

Entry Type Address Purpose
enterpriseenrollment.yourdomain.com CNAME manage.microsoft.com To ease enrollment process of mobile devices
sts A Required for single-sign on (SSO) and points to your AD FS server(s)
enterpriseregistration A sts.yourdomain.com Required for Workplace Join (device registration discovery)
enterpriseregistration.yourdomain.com CNAME enterpriseregistration.windows.net Required for Azure Workplace Join (device registration discovery)
enterpriseregistration.region.yourdomain.com CNAME enterpriseregistration.windows.net Required for Azure Workplace Join (device registration discovery)
workfolders CNAME workfolders.yourdomain.com Points to your Workfolders enabled File Server(s)
discovery A discovery.yourdomain.com Required for discovery Work Folders URL
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2 thoughts on “Create DNS records for Microsoft Intune including Workplace Join & Work Folders

  1. Hello, I am puzzled by the following:

    enterpriseregistration A sts.yourdomain.com
    enterpriseregistration.yourdomain.com CNAME enterpriseregistration.windows.net

    Is this even possible? To have two enterpriseregistration records one A and one CNAME?

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