Windows Autopilot

Join me for a Q&A session

One of the things that I’ve wanted to do for a while is to have an open Q&A call – you know, the typical “office hours” concept from your college days, where someone says they’ll be available during certain times for any questions you might have.  In my case, I’m not an instructor, and true to the domain name of this site I fully expect to do this from “out of the office” – with any luck, I’ll be sitting at home in my recliner, contemplating what I might want for breakfast before heading into the office.

To cover a broad range of time zones, I’ve picked 8am Pacific Daylight Time (PDT), on Thursday, August 1st.  Here are the connection details:

Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

Conference ID: 330 973 15#

Local numbers

Using the Teams client (locally installed or via the web) is preferred, just in case there is any screen sharing needed, but feel free to call in if that’s easier.

If no one shows up, I’ll chalk this up as a failed experiment and go back to my breakfast.  Otherwise, I’ll look at doing this once a month.

For those with doubts about the time zone math, the zip file below contains an ICS file that you can import to your favorite e-mail client (e.g. Outlook):


Categories: Windows Autopilot

11 replies »

  1. Thank you Michael. Also if possible please share some tips and tricks to troubleshoot autopilot issues.


  2. This was great! As you could see there are a lot of people eager to make Intune work well in their organization. Thanks!


  3. Dang, I missed this session by mere days. I have been doing a lot of Autopilot work and a little help would have come in handy. Struggled with a hybrid join today, until I saw in one of your posts that one should throw a couple of CPUs at a the VM. Et voila, the first login screen got past 80180005 and event IDs 59 52 11.


  4. Would be great if you can make a recording of the session available for those that missed it. 🙂