Sunday, July 09, 2017

Windows AutoPilot now Available !

Microsoft team announced the availability of Windows AutoPilot a suite of capabilities designed to simplify and modernize the deployment and management of new Windows 10 PCs.

With Windows AutoPilot, IT professionals can customize the Out of Box Experience (OOBE) for Windows 10 PCs and enable end users to take a brand-new Windows 10 device and—with just a few clicks—have a fully-configured device ready for business use. There are no images to deploy, no drivers to inject, and no infrastructure to manage. Most importantly, users can go through the process independently, without making any decisions and without needing to involve IT.

Windows AutoPilot allows you to:

  • Automatically join devices to Azure Active Directory
  • Auto-enroll devices into MDM services, such as Intune (Requires an Azure AD Premium subscription)
  • Restrict the Administrator account creation
  • Create and auto-assign devices to configuration groups based on the devices' profile
  • Customize OOBE content specific to the organization


  • Devices must be registered to the organization
  • Devices have to be pre-installed with Windows 10, version 1703 or later
  • Devices must have access to the internet
  • Azure AD premium P1 or P2
  • Microsoft Intune or other MDM services to manage your devices

Access the Official Announcement here: Delivering the Modern IT promise with Windows 10

Review this Blog post to know more on this feature: Modernizing Windows deployment with Windows AutoPilot

Access the documentation here: Overview of Windows AutoPilot

Be sure to review the Microsoft Mechanics video here: Introducing Windows AutoPilot deployment
To know more and get real time answers, Attend the Ask Microsoft Anything' (AMA) about Windows 10 management!  event on  Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Pacific Time in the  Microsoft Tech Community -Windows 10 management space

Access the related Microsoft Ignite 2017 Sessions on demand to know more.


Watch the below Microsoft Mechanics session to know more on Windows AutoPilot from Sidd Mantri MSFT

The truth about Windows AutoPilot: The service components and how it works

Also the below  Ask Me Anything session with Michael Niehaus MSFT


New Troubleshooting articles published for Windows AutoPilot.

Troubleshooting Windows AutoPilot (level 100/200)

Troubleshooting Windows AutoPilot (level 300/400)


A new guidance documentation is now available to demo the Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program on a Virtual Machine

Demo the Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program on a Virtual Machine

Stay tuned for more updates...

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