Windows 10: Microsoft intune and azure AD

Discus and support Microsoft intune and azure AD in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; Hello, my school use microsoft education and i added intune and azure AD trial versions for 1 and 3 mounths. I added my devices and configurationed... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by Justinas Pipiras, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. Microsoft intune and azure AD


    Hello,



    my school use microsoft education and i added intune and azure AD trial versions for 1 and 3 mounths. I added my devices and configurationed shared PC policy guest account and other. So when trial version will end all my devices and settings will gone?

    And whats prices for this products?






    Regards,

    Justinas

    :)
     
    Justinas Pipiras, Jan 31, 2020
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  2. Autopilot Profiles: Azure /Intune.

    In the Microsoft Partner Center Dashboard I am able to both create and configure Autopilot profiles and (once it’s working) register devices to apply those Autopilot profiles to.



    In the Azure Intune Dashboard I am able to do the exact same functions as mentioned above in the Microsoft Partner Center by navigating:

    • Open Azure
    • Open InTune
    • Click Device Enrollment
    • Click Windows Enrollment
    • In this GUI there are options for Windows Autopilot


    The odd thing is that for the same customer I can configure Autopilot in two different places. Additionally, if I create a profile in one location, it does not propagate to the other. I can have two completely different profiles in each place.



    How is it determined which is the profile that will be used for Autopilot if I have one in each place? Is one being phased out? Thanks for any information that you can provide.

    Also, what would happen if we had a device from a completely different source than Ingram? Like we inherited a client that already had PC’s, and we wanted to onboard them with the Azure/InTune stack? Would we not be able to register
    those devices? I don’t think Ingram would interested in taking requests for devices that they didn’t even sell.

    Thank you.
     
    JohneSanchez4994, Jan 31, 2020
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  3. Miguelonky, Jan 31, 2020
    #3
  4. Sol_itx Win User

    Microsoft intune and azure AD

    Microsoft surface laptop: Windows 10 gets disconnected from Azure AD/Intune

    Hi,

    we have a particular strange issue. There is a user that after a while he restarts the laptop and the laptop gets removed from Azure AD / Intune and then he is unable to login. This has happened a few times on the Microsoft Surface laptop. We can see
    in the logs there is a MSI log entry 11724 where the MDM gets removed.

    What we are going to do is to see if we can replicate the issue with another device

    Specs

    Microsoft Surface laptop i5 CPU

    Windows 10 build1709

    8GB ram
     
    Sol_itx, Jan 31, 2020
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