Quick enrollment method for Windows PC in Hexnode

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Can anyone suggest a quick enrollment method for Windows PC enrollment?

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  • Hexnode



    Hey, Thanks for reaching out to us.

    You can enroll Windows 10 devices in bulk using provisioning package files with Hexnode MDM.
    Using the Windows provisioning package, the administrators can set up the configurations and settings for the enrollment process and deploy it to devices. The .ppkg is a container for a collection of configuration settings. It can be created using a Windows 10 device, which can then be used for enrollment of the windows devices without user intervention.
    The benefits of using this method are:

    • This is a one-time setup. The users just need to power on the device, get connected to the internet and install the ppkg file for the device to get enrolled in Hexnode.
    • It allows large scale enrollment of devices.

    Kindly use the help link to know more about the same.

    Grace Baker
    Hexnode MDM

  • Participant



    When creating the PPKG, it prompts for a UPN. Does it assign all enrolled devices to that user?
    Or can it be assigned to the current logged in user in the case of AD/AzureAD accounts?
    Or will it prompt for credentials?

  • Hexnode



    Hi Dale,

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    When no authenticated flow of enrollment is configured on your Hexnode account, the device shall assign itself to the default user set in the enrollment settings.

    However, in your configuration designer, you need to give the default password specified in the enrollment settings as the secret key.

    When you are setting up an authenticated flow of enrollment via Hexnode, the enrollment shall materialize with the username specified in the User Principal Name (UPN). The device shall get assigned to that particular user.

    You can refer to our official help document for more information on this matter. Feel free to contact our support at mdm-support@hexnode.com, or via the chat module on the bottom right corner of this page.


    Thomas Specter
    Hexnode MDM