Windows Autopilot is the modern way to onboard new devices – Anywhere.
It’s a simplified way to get your devices managed in the cloud or to your configuration manager environment, while reducing the costs of not having to continues updating image and drivers. The device can be shipped directly to your end-user which will trigger the flow by typing in credentials and a moment later the device will be ready for use and safely managed by Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM).
Who will benefit from Windows Autopilot?
Remote workers as they can deploy wherever they be using internet.
- Those who like to save time building images and mature drivers
- Those who expand across locations and need instant access to deploy devices
Start with a Proof of Concept (PoC)
Mindcore suggests starting with a PoC of Windows Autopilot. This is a good way to assess both the Customer benefits, the user experience and the technical fit.
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Want to get into the technical details?
Read in depth technical posts about Windows Autopilot and much more at Mindcores Technical blog (blog.mindcore.dk). A few posts on Windows Autopilot below:
- Step by step Autopilot scenarios
- OSDCloud – Image devices without need of infrastructure
- Intune kiosk mode using the new Microsoft edge
At a glance
- Customer requirements and expected outcome
- Current setup and licenses
- End-user involvement and test
- Plan for PoC
2. Windows autopilot:
- Assign licenses
- Setup Autopilot profile
- Configure policies and fundamental settings in MEM admin center
3. POC – TEST PHASE:
- Involve agreed test users
- Run PoC for a defined period
- Continuous analysis of the PoC and support to test-users
4. CONCLUSIONS & NEXT STEP…
- Document learnings and conclusions
- Present findings
- Plan next steps to put PoC into production