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Hello everyone, here is part 10 of a series discussing the integration options between Configuration Manager and the Microsoft cloud platform. This series based on Configuration Manager 1810 is recorded by
This session focuses on Autopilot. Strictly speaking Autopilot does not require Configuration Manager but there are compelling arguments for including it for a complete management solution. This session walks through in detail what autopilot is, how to configure it and demonstrates four key autopilot scenarios.
The next session will discuss what co-management is, why it is important, how it is configured and how it is used in production.
Posts in the series
- Part 1 – Introduction
- Part 2 - Device Health Attestation
- Part 3 – Microsoft Store for Business
- Part 4 – Steve plans to replace this one with an updated topic. Stay tuned.
- Part 5 – Upgrade Readiness
- Part 6 – Cloud Distribution Point
- Part 7 – Cloud Management Gateway
- Part 8 – Imaging and Provisioning in Azure
- Part 9 – Management options
- Part 10 – Autopilot and Modern Management (this post)
- Part 11 – Co-management