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Personally, I limit this always to members of a security group. In this way, only users that have the correct licenses will be able to join their device to Azure AD with auto enrollment in Microsoft Intune (see following steps below).
So, I set Users may join devices to Azure AD to Selected and select the security group.
The location of the device has become irrelevant and a local domain join or a VPN connection to the company location to receive the latest updates, applications and policies are no longer needed.
Until recently, there was still the challenge to automate the enrollment process.
In this blog I show you step-by-step how to configure Windows Auto Pilot and how to add existing devices the quickest way with my personal best practices.
They will add the device ID’s to Azure for you or can deliver a file with all new device ID’s that you can import to the Azure Tenant yourself. That’s also possible to add them to your Azure Tenant, it requires some manual steps, as I show you in this blog. This means that every user that needs to make use of this feature needs at least a Azure AD Premium P1 license or a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Security (EM S) E3 or E5 license if you also want to manage the Windows 10 device with Microsoft Intune, like in this blog.
This will be a local admin that will be created locally on every Windows 10 device during Azure AD Join / Auto Pilot.
For the following steps login as global admin to the Azure Portal (https://portal.azure.com).
Every time a Windows 10 device starts up for the first time (or after a factory reset) it runs the OOBE setup.
During this setup the devices will check if the Device ID of the device is known in any Azure Tenant.
If for some reason the device gets unstable after a while, just do a factory reset or device wipe.