Simplifying the Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning Process with Intune

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Microsoft recently announced an update to the Autopilot pre-provisioning to give organizations more control over the applications that are installed on their . This update allows IT admins to select the applications they want to pre-install during the Autopilot process, making it easier to get devices up and running quickly.

What is Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning?

Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning is a process that allows IT admins to prepare devices for end users before they arrive.

Major Updates

Microsoft has recently announced updates to the Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning process. This includes a new feature that allows IT admins to pre-provision devices apps and settings without the need for a physical connection to the device.

What is Required?

To use the new feature, IT admins need to have an Azure AD Premium P2 license, an subscription, and the Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning feature enabled in the Intune tenant.

How Does it Work?

Once the feature is enabled, IT admins can upload a CSV file containing the serial numbers of the devices they want to pre-provision. The devices will then be enrolled into Intune and the apps and settings specified in the CSV file will be applied.
“This feature allows IT admins to save time and effort by pre-provisioning devices with apps and settings without the need for a physical connection to the device,” said Microsoft.

Conclusion

Microsoft has released updates to the Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning process that allow IT admins to pre-provision devices with apps and settings without the need for a physical connection to the device. This feature requires an Azure AD Premium P2 license, an Intune subscription, and the Windows Autopilot Pre-Provisioning feature enabled in the Intune tenant. Once enabled, IT admins can upload a CSV file containing the serial numbers of the devices they want to pre-provision and the apps and settings specified in the CSV file will be applied.

Key points from the article:

  • Organizations now have more control over the applications installed on their devices during the Autopilot process.
  • IT admins can select the applications they want to pre-install.
  • The update makes it easier to get devices up and running quickly.
  • Organizations can now streamline the Autopilot process.
  • The update is available to all customers using Windows Autopilot.
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