I've got a device in Azure AD's Devices that says it can't be deleted because it's an Autopilot device, but it's not listed in Autopilot or Intune

Ted Henderson 0 Reputation points
2023-12-04T20:26:39.8366667+00:00

This is a laptop which was an Autopilot device, and was enrolled in Intune previously. It's now been deleted from at least Intune and Autopilot, not showing up in the Enroll Devices | Windows Enrollment list nor the Devices | All Devices list, but it is listed in Entra/Azure AD's devices section and there it's colored Purple, says that it's an Autopilot device, and won't allow me to delete in. The device has since been physically disposed of so I haven't got access to it anymore. In Azure AD it says that it's got an owner, MDM says Microsoft Intune, it says it's not compliant, and the last activity as 6/27/23. Anything I can do about this? The last successful sync in Autopilot says it was earlier today.

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