DNS Settings MDM payload settings for Apple devices
You can configure DNS Settings settings for users of iPhone, iPad, Shared iPad, and Mac devices enrolled in a mobile device management (MDM) solution. Use the DNS Settings payload to specify apps that must use specific DNS settings.
OS and channel
Supported enrollment types
Shared iPad device
The encrypted transport protocol used to communicate with the DNS server. The options are HTTPS or TLS.
The IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the proxy server.
A list of DNS server IP address strings, which can be a mixture of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
The URL (starting with https://) used to validate the server certificate. If this field is empty, the hostname or address in the URL is used to determine the server address or addresses. Required if the Protocol is HTTPS.
A list of domains used to determine which DNS queries will use the DNS server. If missing, the default DNS server is used.
You can also use a single wildcard * prefix. For example, both *.example.com and example.com match against mydomain.example.com and your.domain.example.com but do not match against mydomain-example.com.