About Autopilot Profile settings

Autopilot profile settings

You can use Autopilot profiles to control how Windows is installed on user devices. The profiles contain the following settings.

Autopilot default features (required) that are set automatically

Setting Description
Skip Cortana, OneDrive, and OEM registration Skips the installation of consumer apps like Cortana and personal OneDrive. The device user can install these later as long as the user is a local admin on the device. The original manufacturer registration is skipped because the device will be managed by Microsoft 365 Business Premium.
Sign in experience with your company brand If your company has a Add your company branding to Microsoft 365 Sign In page, the device user will get that experience when signing in.
MDM auto-enrollment with configured AAD accounts. The user identity will be managed by Azure Active Directory, and users will sign in to Windows and Microsoft 365 with their Microsoft 365 Business Premium credentials.

Optional settings

Setting Description
Skip privacy settings (Off by default) If this option is set to On, the device user will not see the license agreement for the device and Windows when he or she first signs in.
Don't allow the user to become the local admin If this option is set to On, the device user will not be able to install any personal apps, such as Cortana.

See also

Best practices for securing Microsoft 365 for business plans