Zero-touch deployment

Eliminate the need for traditional implementation measures. Windows Autopilot uses applications and solutions such as Azure® Active Directory® and mobile device management to configure devices remotely and securely.

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Surface enablement

Windows Autopilot is custom-made to accelerate the installation of Microsoft Surface® devices.

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Devices can automatically join Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Intune® through Autopilot.1

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Easy configuration

A few simple steps are all it takes to fully configure Surface devices — without help from IT for setup.

Connect right out of the box.

Windows Autopilot makes purchasing, integrating and deploying devices across your organization a breeze. See how users can connect seamlessly on their own.

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Mobility, simplified

Now you can connect devices enabled with Microsoft Intune and Azure Active Directory and manage them simply — all through Windows Autopilot. Using these applications, Autopilot configures the devices to suit your needs, without traditional processes such as reimaging.

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Bundle and save.

Insight Managed Office combines devices, applications and support as a single offering with a fixed monthly subscription, for the ultimate managed office solution. Take advantage of managed services, modern devices and secure cloud applications — all backed by Insight support and expertise.

From application and operating system setup to end-user service desk support, we’ve got you covered. Explore our estimate calculator to see what a custom bundle looks like for you.

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Is Windows Autopilot right for you?

Streamline the deployment of Surface devices through cloud-based Windows Autopilot, available from Insight.

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1 Support for enrollment in Windows Autopilot by serial number, device model and manufacturer name is provided by the manufacturer of the device. Providing this support requires that the device manufacturer take steps during the manufacturing process to harvest the hardware hash value for each device. These values are then provided to the Windows Autopilot enrollment service and are matched with a device when that device is registered to fill in the missing hardware hash value. This solution is the ideal scenario for Windows Autopilot enrollment as it results in a seamless experience where devices can be enrolled in Windows Autopilot without even needing to open the box prior to the user receiving the device. There are however, many devices for which this process will not be supported. OEMs that have not yet enabled support for the enrollment by serial number, device model and manufacturer name will require being unboxed to gather the hash from the device. Surface devices that are manufactured with Windows 10 Version 1703 or RS3 or later can be uploaded without the hash by Insight.