Learn Windows Autopilot in a Hurry
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Learn Windows Autopilot in a Hurry

Maximum Windows Autopilot learning in a minimal amount of time to support your Windows 10 deployment goals
4.4 (53 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
162 students enrolled
Created by Pete Zerger
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Windows Autopilot concepts, features and functionality
  • How to configure Windows Autopilot for new and existing devices
  • Dive into Windows Autopilot processes behind the scenes
  • How to automate key processes with PowerShell
  • Modern Windows 10 Deployment
  • Basic familiarity with Windows 10 navigation
  • Basic navigation and administration of users and groups in Azure Active Directory
  • Basic familiarity with Microsoft Intune features and functionality

Through a combination of lecture and demonstration, paced to be friendly for English second-language learners, the focus of this course is to prepare you to implement Windows Autopilot in clear, short lessons you can consume on-the-go. In just over an hour, we will cover the essentials of Windows Autopilot from end-to-end, including:

  • Goals, features, and use cases

  • Implementing Autopilot profiles and automating assignment

  • Configuring the Enrollment Status Page

  • Testing Windows Autopilot and troubleshooting failures

With lessons of around 5 minutes each, you can quickly consume new lessons whenever you have a break. Have questions? Connect with your instructor through the course homepage.

Who this course is for:
  • IT Pros new to Windows Autopilot
  • Architects who need to identify the right Windows Autopilot strategy for their organization
  • Technical Managers who want to learn Windows Autopilot concepts quickly
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 01:21:00
+ Autopilot Concepts and Fundamentals
7 lectures 32:45

A quick introduction to your instructor, course objectives, and how to get the most from this course.

Preview 02:24

In this video, we'll review the Microsoft's goals for Windows Autopilot, and discuss Windows Autopilot features and functionality.

Autopilot Overview

Now, we will discuss the key prerequisites that should be in place to prepare your environment for Windows Autopilot.

Preview 04:54

In this video, we will walk through profile options as you configure your first Windows Autopilot profile.

Create your First Autopilot Profile

In this lecture, we will discuss the options, purpose, and differences of User-driven and Self Deploying profiles in Windows Autopilot.

User-driven vs Self Deploying Mode

Here, we will dig into the Enrollment Status Page (ESP), which is an important part of the Windows Autopilot user experience.

Configure the Enrollment Status Page

Here, we'll discuss  User-driven Hybrid Azure AD Join, a common scenario in larger environments

User-driven Hybrid Azure AD Join
+ Implementation, Administration, and Troubleshooting
5 lectures 23:05

In this lesson, we'll examine how to automate Autopilot profile assignment with Azure AD dynamic device groups.

Automate Profile Assignment

Here, we will take a look at advanced dynamic group formulas with Group Tag, as well as updating the Group Tag property with PowerShell.

Using Multiple Autopilot Profiles

In this lecture, we will discuss what is happening behind the scenes during the Windows Autopilot provisioning process.

Autopilot Processes Behind the Scenes

Now, we will discuss how IT can make a computer ready-for-work in advance of hand-off to the user with Windows Autopilot for White Glove.

Autopilot for White Glove Deployment

In this lesson, you will learn how to enable and perform both remote and local Autopilot Reset.

Autopilot Reset
+ Testing and Troubleshooting
4 lectures 16:36

A simple, effective, and non-invasive strategy for testing Windows Autopilot deployment.

A Simple Autopilot Test Strategy

This lesson is a brief discussion of troubleshooting processes, activities, and data sources for solving causes behind failed Windows Autopilot deployments.

Troubleshooting Autopilot Failures

Learn about how to run the MDM Diagnostics Tool, the data it collects, and data locations.

Troubleshoot with the MDM Diagnostics Tool

Learn about a more user-friendly way to identify root cause of problems in the Enrollment Status Page process.

Diagnose Enrollment Status Page Failures
+ Strategy and FAQs
1 lecture 08:34

In this video, we'll dig into a strategy for implementing Windows Autopilot for your new AND existing devices. We'll also touch on other considerations, so you have a handle on the big picture for Autopilot in your environment.

Preview 08:34