Two separate things. 😊
You can put SCCM site roles in Azure IaaS (infrastructure as a service) where 
you create and manage the VM, just think of using Azure like another datacenter 
for your company. That’s the link you shared below.
CMG and CDP use Azure PaaS (platform as a service) – SCCM creates the service 
in your Azure subscription but the VMs are completely managed, you should not 
need to access them. (there are some troubleshooting instances where it 
happens…kind of like saying when doing updates in SCCM you should never need to 
go into the WSUS console.)

Hope that helps


From: [] On 
Behalf Of SCCM Admin
Sent: Wednesday, 9 August, 2017 09:52
Subject: Re: [mssms] Cloud Management Gateway<>

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 11:43 AM, Nemec, Dale 
<<>> wrote:
My CMG’s are not domain joined and are working as expected.

Do you have a link to the documentation that you are following/referencing?

Dale Nemec | Global Architecture & Technology Ops (ESS) | Tektronix

On Behalf Of SCCM Admin
Sent: Tuesday, August 8, 2017 4:24 PM
Subject: [mssms] Cloud Management Gateway

We submitted our plans to implement CMG and after speaking with security they 
had issues with securing our site server in Azure since it has to be domain 

Could we put that server in another trusted domain and apply a trust between 
the two.

Also is there that much of a security threat to having a server in Azure as 
apposed on premises?


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