Submit a support request

Important

Make sure you've added and verified your admin contacts. The Windows Autopatch Service Engineering Team will contact these individuals for assistance with troubleshooting issues.

You can submit support tickets to Microsoft using the Windows Autopatch admin center. Email is the recommended approach to interact with the Windows Autopatch Service Engineering Team.

Submit a new support request

Support requests are triaged and responded to as they're received.

To submit a new support request:

  1. Sign into the Endpoint Manager admin center and navigate to the Tenant administration menu.
  2. In the Windows Autopatch section, select Support requests.
  3. In the Support requests section, select + New support request.
  4. Enter your question(s) and/or a description of the problem.
  5. Review all the information you provided for accuracy.
  6. When you're ready, select Create.

Manage an active support request

The primary contact for the support request will receive email notifications when a case is created, assigned to a service engineer to investigate, and mitigated. If, at any point, you have a question about the case, the best way to get in touch is to reply directly to one of those emails. If we have questions about your request or need more details, we'll email the primary contact listed on the support requests.

View all your active support requests

You can see the summary status of all your support requests. At any time, you can use the portal to see all active support requests in the last six months.

To view all your active support requests:

  1. Sign into the Endpoint Manager admin center and navigate to the Tenant Administration menu.
  2. In the Windows Autopatch section, select Support request.
  3. From this view, you can export the summary view or select any case to view the details.

Edit support request details

You can edit support request details, for example, updating the primary case contact.

To edit support request details:

  1. Sign into the Endpoint Manager admin center and navigate to the Tenant Administration menu.
  2. In the Windows Autopatch section, select Support request.
  3. In the Support requests section, use the search bar or filters to find the case you want to edit.
  4. Select the case to open the request's details.
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the request details and select Edit.
  6. Update the editable information, add attachments to the case, or add a note for the Windows Autopatch Service Engineering Team.
  7. Select Save.

Once a support request is mitigated, it can no longer be edited. If a request has been mitigated for less than 24 hours, you'll see the option to reactivate instead of edit. Once reactivated, you can again edit the request.

Microsoft FastTrack

Microsoft FastTrack offers Microsoft 365 deployment guidance for customers with 150 or more licenses of an eligible subscription at no additional cost. FastTrack Specialists can help customers work through the Windows Autopatch technical prerequisites described in the FAQ. For more information, visit the Microsoft FastTrack website.

Customers who need help with Microsoft 365 workloads can sign in to Microsoft FastTrack with a valid Azure ID and submit a Request for Assistance.

Contact your Microsoft account team if you need additional assistance.