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
English
English
Current price: $13.99 Original price: $19.99 Discount: 30% off
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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
Requirements
  • 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
Description

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
05:41

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
04:10

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
05:20

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
05:08

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

User-driven Hybrid Azure AD Join
05:08
+ 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
04:15

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
06:20

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

Autopilot Processes Behind the Scenes
03:22

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
04:47

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

Autopilot Reset
04:21
+ Testing and Troubleshooting
4 lectures 16:36

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

A Simple Autopilot Test Strategy
05:15

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

Troubleshooting Autopilot Failures
04:30

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

Troubleshoot with the MDM Diagnostics Tool
04:11

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

Diagnose Enrollment Status Page Failures
02:40
+ 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