Identifiy an Intune tenant

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I purchased a Surface Laptop 3 that I suspect is stolen.

I think it is an Intune managed device.

Is it possible to identify the Intune tenant from information found on the device?

I have the serial number and a few certificate names and thumbprints.

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Even if you were to identify which tenant it belongs too, usually this is based on a unique guid so wouldn’t give you much info.

I am curious though, what makes you think it’s tied to Intune? The only real hard connection that could be there is based on the hardware hash of a device/AutoPilot and that generally would show during initial setup because it’ll ask you to sign into a work account.

If the device was previously just enrolled into Intune, wiping it and reinstalling Windows generally removes any link to Intune.