Updated May 21, 2015: Yesterday Microsoft released a new technical preview build of Windows 10 (build 10122). Within this build the look-and-feel of the enrollment process changed. I’ve updated the enrollment process to reflect these changes.
After the release of Windows 10 Technical Preview 2 (build 9926) I knew my next blog post would include Windows 10. So far I’m really liking the new start menu, the search, the notifications, the settings and I could go on like that for a while. Blogging about these subjects wouldn’t add something new as it’s already be done by many over the last week. Even the deployments of Windows 10 via MDT and/ or ConfigMgr are already done and covered in blogs. That’s why I looked further, to something that I already tweeted about, to enroll a Windows 10 device in Microsoft Intune (with or without ConfigMgr integration).
Disclaimer: This blog post is based on a technical preview build of Windows 10 (build 10122). The configurations described in this post might change in future releases. I’ll update this post with the next release.
How to enroll a Windows 10 device
A new operating system often means that everything is just in slightly different place. The thing that stayed the same is that the feature is still named Workplace. In Windows 8.1 this feature was located under Network and that’s something that really changed in (the early releases of) Windows 10. Now let’s go through the steps to enroll a Windows 10 device.