Generate Autopilot file and upload to Azure

Get a new computer's autopilot hash without going through the OOBELink

You can follow this process via USB stick to generate the CSV file for multiple physical devices without going through the whole OOBE process and device reset - Link


Manually log on and create the csv file -

Open PowerShell as an administrator

Perform the following in PowerShell
Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted
Install-Script -Name Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo
Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo.ps1 -OutputFile $env:userprofile\Desktop\autopilot.csv


Upload the CSV file to Endpoint Manager -
Copy and save the csv file to your device ready for upload

Endpoint Manager - Devices - Enroll devices

Under - Windows Autopilot Deployment Program
Select - Devices

Select - Import

Browse to the csv file - select and upload
Import -

After a few minutes the csv will be finished uploading

Perform a refresh and the device will appear.


After uploading the csv file - manually run - Reset this PC - on the device to start the OOBE process -


After the reboot, the device will run the OOBE process.

The device will now be autopilot branded ready for login



About the author -

Terry Munro is an IT specialist based in Brisbane, Australia.
He draws upon over 20 years experience designing and delivering technical solutions to a variety of enterprise clients in the private, Government and Education sectors, to revolutionise client businesses through collaboration and getting the most value from a variety of cloud solutions.
He is passionate about learning new technologies and is a firm believer in sharing knowledge to provide a better experience for all.
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