Quick guide for IT device deployment with ASUS Business
Windows Autopilot Deployment ServiceRegister devices onlineConfigure Autopilot profileAutomatic deploymentIT adminUnboxes device & self-setup to configured profileDeliver to end users
Order, unbox, deploy!
Windows Autopilot simplifies IT processes by automating device configuration. ASUS provides you with an even better experience, via the ASUS Windows Autopilot Registration Service. With this service, ASUS registers your new device for you using your Windows Enterprise licensing. Once you have set up your configuration preferences, all your new devices will be ready for deployment as soon as they are unboxed. It makes your deployment process even simpler!
For Windows Autopilot, how ASUS can help for clients?
ASUS supports Windows Autopilot, but like other OEMs, we are limited in the device registration service. Windows Autopilot configurations and settings are owned by clients and CSPs (Cloud Solution Partners) only.
Can ASUS SI/VAR partners help clients to register their purchased devices?
If the SI/VAR is a Windows-authorized CSP, yes. Otherwise, it is not allowed.
What’s the last deadline for registering client-purchased devices?
According to the Microsoft Windows Autopilot guide, there’s no limitation on the registration time. We can help clients to register devices on their primary domain at any time. But based on the intent of Windows Autopilot, we recommend doing it before the clients unbox their devices.
Can ASUS re-register shipped devices that are reallocated by SIs/VARs?
Yes. The procedure is to de-register devices first, then register them again.
Are there any CPU platform and OS compatibility issues for Intune management?
TPM attestation support for Intel® TPM 'Tiger Lake' platforms is only supported on devices running Windows 10 21H2 or higher. Please check the links below for further information on compatibility and known issues.
Does hardware replacement affect Windows Autopilot registration? For example if the hardware hash list or product ID is changed?
[Direct registration, with ASUS helping to register] ASUS CSC can help the end-client to update those PKID-changed devices when hardware is replaced on the end-client's primary Azure domain. Please refer to the link below “Windows Autopilot motherboard replacement scenario guidance”. [Indirect registration, with a CSP helping to register] ASUS can provide an updated hardware hash list to the end-client but cannot help the end-client to de-register or re-register. This process is owned by the CSP. If the end-client registered Autopilot by themselves and want to do an RMA, they should de-register the device from Intune (or MSfB) by themselves first. If the CSP partner registered the device, they likely did so via the MPC. In that case, they should de-register the device from MPC, which will also remove it from the customer IT Admin’s Intune account. CSC repair status update lead-time: 1 working day.
Reference. Microsoft KB for Autopilot replacement: