The business landscape is evolving. Subsequently, the need for a more streamlined and efficient IT practices like modern endpoint management have become increasingly important. Windows Autopilot, in conjunction with Microsoft Intune strengthens endpoint management strategies for modern IT team and provides a powerful solution for device deployment.
What is Windows Autopilot?
Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies designed to simplify the initial setup and deployment of Windows devices. Traditionally, deploying new devices involved time-consuming manual tasks, but with Windows Autopilot, businesses can automate and tailor the out-of-box experience for end-users.
This streamlining process enhances efficiency, reduces IT overhead, and ensures a consistent setup across all devices in a business.
Do you need Intune license for Autopilot?
Yes, you’ll need a license for Microsoft Intune to leverage Windows Autopilot.
How Does Autopilot Work with Intune?
By combining Windows Autopilot with Intune, businesses are enabled to achieve a modern and streamlined approach to device provisioning and management. This process helps reduce the time and effort required for IT administrators to set up and maintain Windows devices, especially in scenarios where users may receive new devices or need to reset and repurpose existing ones.
Here’s a general overview of how Windows Autopilot and Intune work together: