This update makes quality improvements to Windows Autopilot configured devices, which is the component that enables organizations to easily provision their devices. Key changes are included for the following issues:
- During Autopilot White Glove or self-deploying mode, TPM attestation does not initiate if the device had just been through system preparation (Sysprep).
- In an edge scenario, Autopilot White Glove Hybrid Azure AD joined devices (AADJ) stops responding on the provisioning page when the TPM is in a specific inconsistent state.
- User-driven Hybrid Azure AD joined deployment times out if a restart is initiated during the process.
- When you reuse an existing layout file, the local network download provider and local profile are used incorrectly during an Autopilot deployment.
- Bring your own VPN support for Autopilot User driven mode with Hybrid Azure AD join.
How to get this update
This update was available through Windows Update. However, we have removed it because it was being offered incorrectly. When an organization registers or configures a device for Windows Autopilot deployment, the device setup automatically updates Windows Autopilot to the latest version.
Note There is no effect on Windows Autopilot being offered to Windows 10 devices. If you were offered this update and do not use Autopilot, installing this update will not affect you. Windows Autopilot update should not be offered to Windows 10 Home.
You must have Windows 10 version 1903 (OS Build 18362.387) or a later version installed to apply this update.
After this update is installed, your device may restart automatically.
Update replacement information
This update replaces the previously released update KB 4523786.