Native deployment of provisioning packages as deployment type
The ability to deploy provisioning packages by Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune as a deployment type. This will introduces a lots of new opportunities to deploy/configure Windows (Mobile) 10 clients.
I am testing Autopilot and Intune, My question is how would I be able to deploy provision packages via Intune. All documentation online seems like a usb or manual process. Is Intune able to deploy them during the AutoPilot process? so when the end user logs in they have their assigned environment.
[Deleted User] commented
Yes ++... With cloud only implementations with organizations and Modern Desktop conversations around the management of Windows 10 Azure AD Joined/Intune enrolled devices make it harder to choose whether to use Intune agent and available OMA/URI settings, where as the ability to just deploy provisioning packages as and when needed seems to fill this gap, without the requirement for manual effort with USB sticks.
Rob de Roos commented
Yes please. A must have if you would like to use Windows Autopilot if you ask me.
Why not use directly the CSPs offered by MS, and configure entries in Intune using custom OMA-URIs? (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/mdm/configuration-service-provider-reference)
Henk Timmerman commented