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windows_autopilot [2018/03/15 14:46]
Dan Mundy
windows_autopilot [2018/04/09 09:56] (current)
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   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​intune/​enrollment-autopilot|Enroll devices using Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program - Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Docs]]   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​intune/​enrollment-autopilot|Enroll devices using Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program - Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Docs]]
   * Windows Automatic Enrolment must be enabled: [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-au/​intune-classic/​deploy-use/​set-up-windows-device-management-with-microsoft-intune#​enable-windows-10-automatic-enrollment|Set up Windows device management with Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Docs]]   * Windows Automatic Enrolment must be enabled: [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-au/​intune-classic/​deploy-use/​set-up-windows-device-management-with-microsoft-intune#​enable-windows-10-automatic-enrollment|Set up Windows device management with Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Docs]]
 +  * Something I want to maybe look into: "There are 3rd party solutions that can deploy traditional Group Policy to non-domain joined PCs, for example [[https://​www.policypak.com/​|PolicyPak]]."​ - basically you use Group Policy console to create a policy setting, right-click and export it, and then use their tool to convert that setting into an MSI which you can deploy by InTune (found this here: [[http://​www.brianmadden.com/​opinion/​Put-your-Windows-10-deployments-on-AutoPilot|Put your Windows 10 deployments on AutoPilot]])
  
 ===== Setting up a brand new computer when you don't know the hardware hash ===== ===== Setting up a brand new computer when you don't know the hardware hash =====
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