When you use Windows AutoPilot to deploy new devices, you want the process to be friendly and familiar for the users going through the process. One of the ways that is done is by customizing the logon experience to include logos and company-specific text. This leverages an Azure Active Directory Premium feature called company branding, describe at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/customize-branding . The basic steps:
You will need some bitmaps to do this:
If you need to resize existing bitmaps, or reduce the size of existing bitmaps by reducing the color pallet, you may need to use something like Paint.NET .
So then you just need to figure out where those values are used, so let’s look at the resulting Windows AutoPilot screen captures:
So let’s look at the mapping from each of the highlighted and numbered items in the screenshots above:
Some of you might have noticed a different password screen too. If you are using ADFS, you’ll be presented with a web view to specify the password (since it’s the ADFS servers verifying the password for Azure AD). ADFS has its own customization capabilities, described at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-fs/operations/ad-fs-user-sign-in-cu... , which includes this useful sample:
Also note that you can have Intune present a “terms and conditions” page (presented in a web view as part of the MDM enrollment process). See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/terms-and-conditions-create for details on how to set that up.
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