SCCM – Use Autopilot when deploying OS

Following the availability of the new SCCM Current Branch build (1810), it is now possible to use the built-in SCCM task sequence to use Autopilot when deploying OS. To use it, you need to create an SCCM package which will contains the Autopilot settings and use the SCCM tasks sequence (this is not available for MDT integrated task sequence) and choose the Deploy Windows Autopilot for existing devices To create…

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Intune – You can now get Windows 10 join an Active Directory Domain (preview)

It has been quite a limitation so far for Windows 10 managed with Intune; it was impossible to get them to join an Active Directory domain using Autopilot, making these devices Azure AD Hybrid joined devices. Now (currently in preview – so there could be some glitch and may change), you can assign an Intune profile to your Windows 10 devices to join your Active Directory domain. Off course, to…

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Intune – You can now assign Windows Autopilot profile to already registered clients

As you may already know Windows Autopilot simplifies Windows 10 device enrollment to Azure Active Directory (AAD) and providing seamless user experience. One of the problem with Windows Autopilot was if your already have Windows 10 devices registered to your Azure AD, you were not able to assign an Autopilot profile. With the latest update on Intune, you can now update your Autopilot policy to apply the policy also on…

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