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I see, so there is a difference in machine targeted and user targeted option. User targeted profile can have some more apps and settings, so White glove can help win some time in this case. And reseal. Which sounds fancy, but one can just shutdown the device. Maybe this can be important, if you want...
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@Oleg Ki have played abit with the "Self Deploying" mode. it deploys machine targeted apps, profiles and configurations just like "White Glove". In "White Glove" because you can pre-assign the user to the device, i reckon you can therefore deploy user targeted apps, profiles and configurations as we...
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Yes, it doesn't go all the way, only does the most time and bandwidth consuming step (apps download and installation). If you give a user a PC with Self Deploying profile, they won't have to select language, etc., but they still would have to wait for everything to download and install. I haven't tr...
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@Oleg K: So essentially the difference between White Glove and Auto Provisioning is that White Glove gives you the option of Resealing?
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In my understanding: Self Deploying is such Autopilot option when admin or user just turns on Windows 10 PC and it goes through all steps (language, keyboard, etc.) automatically, also ESP and installing apps and settings i guess. So after turning it you only have to login with user credentials. Whi...
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