Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune

Let’s discuss the Issue of self-deploying autopilot deployment profiles on Intune. Microsoft recognized a new problem with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on several tenants with the latest Intune service Release 2406.

As you know, Windows Autopilot’s self-deploying mode allows a device to be deployed with minimal user interaction. Self-deploying mode uses a device’s Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 hardware to authenticate the device into an organization’s Microsoft Entra tenant.

The self-deployment feature in Autopilot is very convenient for users in Microsoft Intune. So, most users prefer self-deployment mode for Autopilot Deployment Profiles. However, users face many issues with deployment profiles in several tenants on service release 2406.

Most Microsoft Intune users have shared this issue in the last few days. You can quickly fix it on Microsoft Intune. In this blog post, I will help you resolve an issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune.

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.1
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.1
Index
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune
Steps in Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profile on Intune – Table.1

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune

As i mentione above most of the users face issue in Self-Delployment on Windows Autopilot. In this blog post, I will show you how this issue occurred and how we can resolve the issue on Microsoft Intune. Here, I will show you how the issue occurs.

Steps in Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune

To access Self-Deploying in Autopilot Deployment in Intune, we must log into the Microsoft Intune admin center. It is straightforward to access Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment.

Steps in Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune
Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center
Devices > Enrollment
Select Windows Autopilot from Enrollment Options
Select Deployment profiles from Windows Autopilot
Click on the +Create Profile and Select Windows PC
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Table.2
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.2
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.2

After clicking on the Create Profile button, you will get a new window for Profile Creation. Here, you can enter the Name and Description. I entered HTMD Test as the Name and Description. Then click on the Next button.

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.3
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.3

After that, you will get the Out-of-box Experience (OOBE) tab. Here, you can select the Deployment mode. Two options are provided: Deployment mode and Self-Deployment.

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.4
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.4

After selecting Self-Deployment as Deployment mode, an issue occurred. I will get a window showing, “This page is having a problem“. You can open a new tab or refresh this page to resolve this issue. Click on the Refresh button from the below screenshot.

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.5
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.5

After referring, you can repeat the above process on profile creation, such as + Create Profile and adding primary sections. After that, select the Self-Deploynent option as Deployment and Select Microsoft Entra hybrid join. After that, you can continue the Self-Deploying process on Windows Autopilot.

Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune - Fig.6
Issue with Self-Deploying Autopilot Deployment Profiles on Intune – Fig.6

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Author

Anoop C Nair is Microsoft MVP! He is a Device Management Admin with more than 20 years of experience (calculation done in 2021) in IT. He is a Blogger, Speaker, and Local User Group HTMD Community leader. His main focus is on Device Management technologies like SCCM 2012, Current Branch, and Intune. He writes about ConfigMgr, Windows 11, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, Windows 365, AVD, etc.

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