Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot

andreas bright 561 Reputation points
2021-02-18T21:49:23.83+00:00

Hi,

We have today Azure AD joined devices that we are enrolling into Endpoint Manager by Settings>Accounts>Access work or school and join there.
They appear just fine in Endpoint Manger.
We have created a device group, and this device group we have added to an Autopilot profile, and we have enabled "Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot".
I can see that these devices then show up under Devices>Enroll devices>Devices>Windows Auto Pilot devices.

One thing I am wondering about. Why isnt the device automatically assigned to the user that "owns" the device, and why doesnt it show Associated Intune device ? I mean the device is Intune enrolled by the user, so to me it should also be populated...... Or is this by design since the device has not been Autopilot enrolled yet ?

Thanks for reply.

/R
Andy

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  1. Pa_D 1,071 Reputation points
    2021-02-19T02:22:35.603+00:00

    Yup, you have to manually assign a user in Autopilot devices. If this is what you are asking.

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  2. Crystal-MSFT 45,331 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2021-02-19T02:56:24.1+00:00

    @andreas bright , Agree with PaD, the action to assign user to Autopilot is manually done under Window Autopilot devices:
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    After that, we can reset the device to process Autopilot enrollment.

    Hope it can help.


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  3. Eric O 1 Reputation point
    2021-07-20T18:42:38.367+00:00

    "and why doesn`t it show Associated Intune device "

    This ^

    Yes, I'm curious about this as well. Why can't it make that association?

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