[German]On October 22, 2019, Microsoft released update KB4523786 for AutoPilot for Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903). Here is some information about the update that is relevant for corporate environments with AutoPilot active.
Windows AutoPilot is a collection of technologies for setting up and pre-configuring new devices. Administrators can also use Windows Autopilot to reset, reuse, and restore devices.
Cumulative Update KB4523786 for Autopilot in Windows 10 Version 1903 brings some improvements and bug fixes for devices configured with Windows Autopilot. The update addresses the following issues.
- During Autopilot White Glove or self-deploying mode, TPM attestation fails to initiate if the device had just been through system preparation (Sysprep).
- In an edge scenario, Autopilot White Glove Hybrid Azure AD joined devices (AADJ) hangs on the provisioning page when the TPM is in a specific inconsistent state.
- The Autopilot White Glove provisioning page hangs when TPM attestation times out.
- When you reuse an existing layout file, the local network download provider and local profile are incorrectly used during an Autopilot deployment.
This update is available through Windows Update. When an organization registers or configures a device to deploy Windows Autopilot, the device setup automatically updates Windows Autopilot to the latest version.
Note: The Windows Autopilot update is not installed on Windows 10 Pro or later if the device is not registered or configured to deploy Windows Autopilot. The Windows Autopilot update is, according to Microsoft, never offered for Windows 10 Home. But I received feedback from my German blog users, that this update has also been offered for Windows 10 V1903 Home.
You must have Windows 10 Version 1903 (OS Build 18362.175) or later installed to use this update. After this update is installed, the device can be restarted automatically. Thanks to Home user for the hint.
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