For a while it has been possible to run and test Windows AutoPilot – when we have imported this hardware information we have done it in Microsoft Store for Business or Microsoft Partner Center, but now it is also possible to do from Microsoft Intune. This makes a lot of sense that we now can do every thing from one portal. From a role based access perspective this is also very good because now our Intune Service administrator can do it without being a global admin in AzureAD or a Admin in Microsoft Store for Business.

Now lets take a look on how we can import this Windows AutoPilot Device information in Intune.

First we login to the Intune portal

  1. Device enrollment
  2. Windows enrollment
  3. Devices

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Click import in the top

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Browse for the Windows Autopilot device list from our CSV – you can use the Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo script to extract the information from a device running Windows 10 1703 or later. Just remember that there is a formatting requirements:

  • <Serial Number>, <Windows Product ID>, <Hardware Hash>, <Order ID>
  • 175 rows maximum allowed

The order ID (The same as group name in MSfB) is not generated by the script and you need to enter it into the csv file

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Point to the file and click import

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The import process is getting started and can take up to 10 min.

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After a while you can see the new imported devices in Intune

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You can also see the Windows Autopilot device information in Microsoft Store for Business

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If you do not use the right formatting in the .csv import file you get an error:

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The order ID in the .csv import file is the same as Group name in MSfB

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