AutoPilot Error 80070774

Keith Andrews 41 Reputation points
2022-11-22T13:08:21.643+00:00

Hello!

Thanks in advance for taking the time to review this post. I have been working on setting up AutoPilot for our organization (Business Prem 1 account) and have not had the success I was hoping for. Here's what's working:

Able to pull device hash from management logs
Able to import .csv with hash into Intune
Able to create and apply deployment profile to device
Able to create AutoPilot group in Azure and scope device to group
Verified user who would be enrolling device had the proper Intune license
Verified Azure MDM/MAM settings were scoped to All
Verified user usage location was set to United States
Verified there is a Domain Join config profile assigned to the AutoPilot group in Endpoint Manager

We have on prem AD with sync to Azure AD. I am able to manually add a computer object to our AD by choosing "Access work or school" and adding the device that way with a global admin's creds. However, whenever I try and use AutoPilot, it continues to throw an 80070774 error. I believe this is due to the device having trouble finding the domain controller. I am trying to do all this on network using an ethernet connection. I know it has a network connection because I'm able to send a text message to verify the sign on.

I can see that there is an enrollment failure for the Domain Join config profile in Intune. The resulting error status says "Blob." My domain join profile is as follow:

Computer name prefix: ABCCO_
Domain name: abccompany.com
Organizational unit: OU=SBSComputers,DC=abccompany,DC=local

The one thing I have not gotten to is downloading and setting up Intune Connector. I wasn't sure if that was needed where I would be enrolling devices on network. If this is needed, is there a way to get around the Windows Server 2016+ requirement? I can't imagine we would have to be using Server 2016+ just to use Intune and AutoPilot, but maybe I'm wrong.

Thanks!
Keith

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  1. Lu Dai-MSFT 28,371 Reputation points
    2022-11-23T01:38:06.297+00:00

    @Keith Andrews Thanks for posting in our Q&A.

    Based on my research, if we want to deploy hybrid Azure AD-joined devices using autopilot enrollment method, the Intune Connector for Active Directory must be installed on a computer that's running Windows Server 2016 or later with .NET Framework version 4.7.2 or later.
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/autopilot/windows-autopilot-hybrid#before-you-begin

    There is no way to get around the Windows Server 2016+ requirement.

    Or why don't you use GPO enrollment method to enroll these hybrid Azure AD joined devices? Please refer to the following article:
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/enroll-a-windows-10-device-automatically-using-group-policy

    Hope it will give you some ideas.


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