Enabling Tech walks customers through the process of provisioning Intune/Autopilot settings to distribute PCs directly from OEMs to end-users, and to reduce the effort with building new machines.
Enabling Tech walks customers through the process of provisioning Intune/Autopilot settings to enable them to distribute PCs directly from OEMs to end-users, and to significantly reduce the effort involved with building new machines. Windows Autopilot is a zero-touch, self-service Windows deployment platform introduced with Windows 10, version 1703. The Windows Autopilot process runs immediately after powering on a new computer for the first time, enabling employees to configure new devices to be business-ready with just a few clicks. So today, your organization has a number of remote employees, many of whom who may continue to work from home full or part-time.
You want to deliver domain-joined machines to your remote workers. But how to give them a fully-imaged device, joined to the domain quickly and easily, without allowing your teleworker to have local admin rights?
One option: your IT team receives the new devices, wipes away the OEM Windows OS and applies your organization’s the image device by device, reboxes the device and delivers to your remote users.
With Autopilot, your teleworker opens the box, connects the device to power and internet, authenticates, and the machine is configured. This 5 Day POC gets you started.
Day One -
• Intune Autopilot configuration for up to 2
• Azure AD custom branding
• Hardware ID registration with Deployment Service
Day Two -
• Deploy Office 365 ProPlus through Intune deployment
• Up to 5 additional .msi, .appx, appxbundle, .msix,
and .msixbundle LOB apps deployment
• Up to 5 Windows 10 device configuration Profiles
» Security, VPN, Wi-Fi, encryption, other
Day Three -
• Up to 3 Windows 10 device compliance policies
• Up to 3 software update rings for Windows servicing
• Up to 10 Mobile Devices
Day Four -
• Demo Autopilot Reset
• Up to 4 hours Admin training
Day Five -
• Questions and Answers