No Owner is Found in my VM

J-Vae Banes-Lanzaderas 1 Reputation point
2020-12-07T17:53:04.157+00:00

Hi there,

first off, I'm just new to VM and just trying out my luck to setup a VM so I can test the compliance policies I created in Intune.
I noticed that the device ownership was set to None even I already assigned it to myself. Been trying to figure out why but couldn't find a solution. Attached is the screenshot of what I'm pertaining to.45882-deviceowner-none.png

Second is about the policy, why is my deployment status in all the policies I created was set to Not Applicable.45797-depstatus.png

Hoping that someone can help me out. Thank you so much in advance.

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  1. J-Vae Banes-Lanzaderas 1 Reputation point
    2020-12-08T07:23:34.67+00:00

    Hi Crystal.

    • Is this an Autopilot device? When did we assign user? Is it before the enrollment or after the enrollment?
        Yes it's an AutoPilot - I did try before and after enrollment both has the same issue.  
      
    • When check the device status in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, can we see the Primary user and enrolled by information under the device?
      Yes, both showing under my name.

    I couldn't send you a screenshot for now since I had to reset, redeploy my VM and now I think I mess with it more. VM is not rebooting. :(

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  2. Crystal-MSFT 42,716 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2020-12-08T08:39:28.147+00:00

    @JBanesLanzaderas-2678, From your description, it seems the VM is Azure VM. Could you confirm on this?

    If it is referring to Azure VM devices, according to official docs, I find Windows Autopilot aren't support for Azure VMs.
    46020-image.png

    We can see more details in the following link:
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/fundamentals/windows-10-virtual-machines

    Hope it can help.


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