Hello everyone, here is part 10 of a series discussing the integration options between Configuration Manager and the Microsoft cloud platform. This series based on Configuration Manager 1810 is recorded by @Steve Rachui, a Microsoft principal premier field engineer.
This session focuses on Autopilot. Strictly speaking Autopilot does not require Configuration Manager but there are compelling arguments for including it for a complete management solution. This session walks through in detail what autopilot is, how to configure it and demonstrates four key autopilot scenarios.
The next session will discuss what co-management is, why it is important, how it is configured and how it is used in production.
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