Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Windows Autopilot, Windows 365, and Azure Virtual Desktop
Dive into the integrations between Microsoft Intune and Windows Autopilot, Azure Virtual Desktop, and Windows 365 in this course.
What you'll learn
The courses in this learning path have been a long journey beginning with an MECM implementation, through an Intune integration, past a comprehensive look at MEM's major services, and ending here with how Intune can deploy and manage operating systems.
In this the sixteenth and final course in the path, Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Windows Autopilot, Windows 365, and Azure Virtual Desktop, you'll learn a deep exploration into Windows Autopilot. First, you'll understand the use cases for leveraging this cloud-centric OS deployment solution and walk through a detailed demonstration of how to enable it in your Intune subscription. Next, you'll get to know the integrations between Intune and Azure Virtual Desktop. Then, you'll discover that Intune treats AVD VMs much like regular physical devices, but with a few notable limitations. Finally, you'll experience the integration between Windows 365 and Intune, exploring the special requirements for VMs licensed as Windows 365 Enterprise. When you're finished with this course, you'll gain a fundamental understanding of Intune's OS deployment features.
Table of contents
- Introduction 4m
- Understand Windows Autopilot Scenarios 4m
- Capture Device Hardware IDs 6m
- Register Autopilot Devices and Assign Users 6m
- Create Autopilot Deployment Profiles 4m
- Deploy AAD Joined Windows Devices 7m
- Deploy Intune Connector for Active Directory 3m
- Create Domain Join and Deployment Configuration Profiles 4m
- Explore Windows Autopilot for Existing Devices 3m