Windows Autopilot Deployment Scenarios

Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, getting them ready for productive use. It is designed to simplify the process of deploying Windows devices for organizations of all sizes. Windows Autopilot supports a growing list of scenarios that organizations commonly need. These needs vary based on organization type, progress moving to Windows 10/11, and how far they’ve transitioned to modern management.

The following table summarizes the scenarios that are available in Windows Autopilot:

Windows Autopilot user-driven modeDevice for a single userUser runs deployment
Windows Autopilot for pre-provisionedDevice for a single userDeployment is split between IT admin/OEM
Windows Autopilot self-deploying modeKiosk device or device for multiple usersDeployment is completely automated
Windows Autopilot for existing devicesPrepare device where Windows OS needs to be reinstalledUtilizes Microsoft Configuration Manager

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