Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies created by Microsoft and used to set up and pre-configure new Windows 10 devices, getting them ready for productive use. This solution enables an IT department to achieve the above with little to no infrastructure to manage, with a process that's easy and simple. Customers can leverage Autopilot to upload device information directly into a Modern Device Management environment like VMware Workspace ONE and Azure Active Directory.Windows Autopilot is designed to simplify the lifecycle of Windows devices for initial deployment through the eventual end of life. With Windows Autopilot, you can implement modern management which reduces the overall costs associated with PC lifecycle management, reduces the amount of IT time spent on PC lifecycle processes, and reduces the amount of infrastructure needed to maintain, while ensuring ease of use for end users.Click here for Windows Autopilot information**This link will take you to Windows Autopilot information on a Microsoft website.
Dell supports this capability when ordered through your Dell representative, not directly via Dell.com. Please contact your Dell representative for more information.
Due to specific requirements the Dell order number is uploaded to Microsoft for this value.
No, You can you use VMware Workspace ONE or any Modern Device Management will work that has enabled Windows Autopilot registration.
Yes, Autopilot integrates with our PC lifecycle solutions within Dell Technologies Unified Workspace enabling simplified deployment, security, management and support. To learn more about Dell Technologies Unified Workspace click here or contact your sales representative.
Additional Microsoft FAQs can be located at this external site here.
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