Using Windows Autopilot with Co-Management

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Unwrapping a new PC is incredibly exciting, but we've all felt a bit of dread when thinking about how long it will take it get all our settings and apps just right so that we can start being productive.  Co-Management solves this device provisioning problem with Windows Autopilot.

 

Whether you are looking to set up and pre-configure new Windows 10 devices, or reset, repurpose and recover existing devices – Autopilot provides a simplified experience for both IT and the end user.

 

Autopilot also reduces the time, resources, and complexity associated with deploying, managing, and retiring/recycling devices.  And, while all this is going on, the experience for your end users is streamlined and easy right out of the box.

 

Windows Autopilot supports multiple scenarios, all of which are maximized with Co-Management:

  • Your end users can drive their own new-device deployments into either Active Directory (Hybrid Azure AD Join) or Azure Active Directory.
  • You can set up self-deploying new device deployments into Azure Active Directory, for shared devices and kiosks.
  • With Windows Autopilot for existing devices, you can use ConfigMgr to migrate an existing device from Windows 7 and Active Directory into Windows 10 and Azure Active Directory.

For detailed info on how to enroll Windows devices in Intune using Autopilot, check out this detailed documentation.

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