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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.

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  • Cruz commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    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  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    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  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes please. A must have if you would like to use Windows Autopilot if you ask me.

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