Back in mid August Microsoft added a new setting to Intune regarding the CSV file that Windows AutoPilot used to identifying a Windows 10 device belongs to certain company and a automated enrollment can be processed. Windows Autopilot basically lets you customize the out-of-box experience (OOBE) for your users.
In this scenario we are adding a new column “Assigned user” to the CSV file that we exported from a Windows 10 device that will join our Windows Autopilot Deployment Program. The purpose of adding the “Assigned user” to the CSV can be useful to administrators for automation processes. The hardware provider may also be able to help add this information to the CVS file when new hardware are purchased.
Read more about how to harvest and export the hardware informations of the Windows 10 device here -> : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/business/add-autopilot-devices-and-profile
Note: Remember always to seperate the columns with a comma “,”
Note: Also remember to seperate the cell text with a comma “,”
Note: It can take up till 15 min. before a device are imported.
Note: A direct user assignment is also possible by clicking Assign user from the Intune portal:
Note: Sorry for the danish layout 🙂