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  1. Add already joined devices to autopilot for reimaging

    It would be nice to be able to add already joined devices into Autopilot program (like a writeback or sync) for re imaging purposes. This would make re-purposing hardware simple and easy for users and admins alike.

    I cannot gather the hardware ids through AzureAD (cloud only) with no WMI capabilities and limited AAD attributes being available.

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    2 comments  ·  Autopilot/Windows enrollment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As of the release the week of Oct 1, 2018, you can apply Autopilot profiles to enrolled Win 10 devices that have not already been registered for Autopilot. In the Autopilot profile, choose the Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot option to automatically register non-Autopilot devices with the Autopilot deployment service. Allow 48 hours for the registration to be processed. When the device is unenrolled and reset, Autopilot will provision it.

    Does that get you what you want? If not, what’s missing?

  2. Register Windows AutoPilot devices direclty in the Intune Azure Portal

    Since there is a management portal for AutoPilot devices in Intune it would be great if we could register the devices directly there. Instead of using the Microsoft Store for Business and then using the sync, which is only manual at the moment.

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    0 comments  ·  Autopilot/Windows enrollment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As of the October 2018 release, you can apply Autopilot profiles to enrolled Win 10 devices that have not already been registered for Autopilot. In the Autopilot profile, choose the Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot option to automatically register non-Autopilot devices with the Autopilot deployment service. Allow 48 hours for the registration to be processed. When the device is unenrolled and reset, Autopilot will provision it.

    Does that get you what you want?

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