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Autopilot Enrollment

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Hello,

 

Kindly i need to know what is the fastest way to enroll a lot of devices via autopilot? because its not a best practice to enroll them each device alone

 

Regards,

 

 

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Maybe self deploying and pre-provisioning enrollment methods can be options for you.
Hi... the funy thing about Autopilot, is that Autopilot was meant to be to let users enroll their device eon their own.. Upload the hash (let the partner/hardware vendor do it ) and just ship the new device to the customer.
When its an existing device, if you could trigger a remote wipe, the device would also just find the hash and would aks for credentials to start the autopilot enrollment
This flow should be user based... not happening by the IT admin (at least that's how Microsoft thought it should be) . So now the question remains.. what is the usecase or what are you trying to accomplish? maybe we could think of a better option or guide you through the process to come up with a better idea

Hello @rahuljindal-MVP,

 

Thank you for your email we should have an automatic way to enroll all the devices without manual task

 

Regards,

 

 

Hello @Rudy_Ooms_MVP,

Thank you for your help the use case is suppose we buy new laptops for our employees so we need to enroll them to intune via autopilot
we dont want to open every laptop run the script to get the hash so its not a practice so is there any way to take the hashes put them in a sheet upload it to intune one time so all the devices are synced to intune?

Regards,

best response confirmed by ElieAT (Iron Contributor)
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@ElieAT 

 

You could ask the hardware vendor to do it for you? (Sometimes they ask a bit of money per device) or when you have a partner portal you can do it yourself when you get the serial / model… which is on the box most of the time)

 

More info about the partner center:

CSP partners: Add devices to Windows Autopilot using Partner Center and PowerShell – Out of Office H...

@ElieAT Enrollment is different to collecting hash ids. As Rudy mentioned, you can agree with your partner vendor to upload the hash for you. Most likely will come at a cost.

Hello,

Thank you so we need the hash id or the serial number is enought for autopilot?

Regards,

Yes, but your enrollments will still need to be worked out. Either by directly involving the end user through user provisioning method or utilizing more your IT through Pre-provisioning, self-deployment methods.
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@ElieAT 

 

You could ask the hardware vendor to do it for you? (Sometimes they ask a bit of money per device) or when you have a partner portal you can do it yourself when you get the serial / model… which is on the box most of the time)

 

More info about the partner center:

CSP partners: Add devices to Windows Autopilot using Partner Center and PowerShell – Out of Office H...

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