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Shashwatverma-6976 asked Crystal-MSFT commented

How can we enroll bulk windows devices in intune azure ?

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I have one query regarding Microsoft Intune. I need to add bulk devices in my Intune setup of Microsoft endpoint manager. Can I get a possible where I can add several number of devices at once.

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Shashwatverma-6976 answered

Is there any other way , I have tried this ??

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EswarKoneti-MVP answered

I need to add bulk devices in my Intune setup

What are you trying to do here?

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Eswar

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Shashwatverma-6976 answered

Actually , I have user's device registered in my azure ad , and some devices are joined through Intune. I need to add the rest user's devices ( that is needed to be joined , and they registered already) , but I don't want them to add one by one. Instead I am here finding a method to enroll them in bulk to Intune.

The below URL I am trying to understand -
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/mdm/enroll-a-windows-10-device-automatically-using-group-policy

Any other help is appreciated

Thanks
Shashwat

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EswarKoneti-MVP answered

The below URL I am trying to understand -
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/mdm/enroll-a-windows-10-device-automatically-using-group-policy

ok, what is wrong with this url? Do you have ConfigMgr ? if so , you can enable co-mgmt to enroll the devices to intune and help to move the workloads as required.

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Eswar

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Crystal-MSFT answered

@Shashwatverma-6976, For the link you provided, it is using GPO enrollment. This is mainly for Hybrid Azure AD joined devices. Could you confirm if our rest devices are Hybrid Azure AD joined? If not, I think this method is not suitable for our situation.

For windows enrollment, the methods are as below. We can read it as reference:
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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/enrollment/device-enrollment#windows-enrollment-methods

Hope it can help.


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Shashwatverma-6976 answered Crystal-MSFT commented

Thanks !!
EswarKoneti and Crystal-MSFT for the answers . I have found the solution for it.
You guys were really helpfull.




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@Shashwatverma-6976, Thanks for the reply. I am glad the information can help. If there's anything we can hep in the future, feel free to post in our Q&A.

Thanks for your time and have a nice day!

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