Dell validating devices domain
And for automatic enrollment we now have Windows Auto Pilot.
With Windows Auto Pilot you control the Out-Of-Box Experience (OOBE).
Remember that the user who joins a Windows 10 device with Azure AD is always the administrator (with the exception that there is Auto Pilot profile is assigned which indicates that the user must be a normal user).
In this blog I will cover the following; Before we can start with Windows Auto Pilot some pre-requirements must be configured. In advance I have created a security group that includes all users who will use Auto Pilot and Microsoft Intune.
You can hide questions for the end user like, “Accept Eula”, “Personal or Company device owner” and privacy settings.
The only thing the user has to do (at this moment) is connect to a Wi-Fi, select their keyboard layout and login with their company credentials, that’s it!
He no longer has to prepare a new devices for the end user, the IT administrator can even let the device be delivered at the end users home address, right from the factory, without any effort from his side.
The end users starts the devices, logs in with the company credentials and a few minutes later the devices is ready for use with the company policies applied.Personally, I limit this always to members of a security group. In this way, only users that have the correct licenses will be able to join their device to Azure AD with auto enrollment in Microsoft Intune (see following steps below).