Webcast + live Q&A on Windows AutoPilot: July 27th

Want to learn how to instantly configure new Windows 10 devices for your company, and join them to Azure AD, straight out of the box without imaging? Windows AutoPilot can streamline the setup of new Windows 10 devices from first boot in just a few steps.

Join Microsoft Operating Systems Group Principal Program Manager Meyyammai (Maya) Subramanian) and Windows Commercial Product Marketing Director Michael Niehaus on Thursday, July 27th at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time for a demonstration and deep dive into Windows AutoPilot and the Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program. You'll get information on how to:

  • Fully configure a new device with a standard, corporate image that includes a customized out-of-box experience (OOBE) specific to your organization and enforces corporate policies—using either traditional on-premises or cloud-based solutions.
  • Automatically join devices to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
  • Automatically enroll devices into Microsoft Intune or other mobile device management (MDM) services.
  • What the experience looks like for the end user.

Imagine being able to take a new device out of the box and, with just a few clicks, fully configure it for productive use—no more images to create and maintain.

Don't miss this chance to learn more about Windows AutoPilot. Register today to attend the live webcast.

Register for the Windows AutoPilot webcast

Bring your questions!

Members of the product team will be standing by to answer your questions during the presentation and demo portion of the event—and Maya and Michael will be answering questions live during the last part of the broadcast.

Learn more

To get a head start, check out this announcement, the short video walkthrough from Microsoft Mechanics, and the Windows AutoPilot overview.


Continue the conversation. Find best practices. Visit the Windows 10 Tech Community.

Looking for support? Visit the Windows 10 IT pro forums.


Comments (4)

  1. Wes says:

    Will this work with LTSB?

    1. Windows 10 1703 is the minimum version supported, so older LTSB versions (Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 2015 and 2016) do not support Windows AutoPilot.

  2. Lak says:

    Can I watch this again somewhere?

    1. Yes, the webcast will be available on demand within 24 hours after the conclusion of the live event.

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