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Surface Pro 4 Windows 10 Education Edition Intune Enrollment

Here is a video of how long time it takes to unbox, clean and setup a Surface Pro 4 with Windows 10 Education and enroll it into Intune.

To enter Surface UEFI press  pwr on and hold volume up. Release pwr button once you see the device turns on. Keep holding the volume up untill you se the UEFI.

Please keep in mind that these test are real life and include some lag typing in email and passwords plus some clicking. This would be a realistic scenario. This even Includes MFA on enrollment.

Here is a summary of the times:

  • Wipe drive and clean to OOBE – 16 min 57 sec
  • OOBE to Windows – 2 mins 34 sec

Tech specs:

  • 8Gig Ram
  • 256 Gig SSD
  • Intel Pentium I5
  • Windows 10 Education 1607
  • Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (WICD)

Here are the configurations in WICD:

settings clean

Here is the complete video:

Clean install with WICD

OOBE to Windows

Other tests on EDU devices:

HP X360 Education Edition

Lenovo N23 Education Edition

Acer B118 Spin Education Edition

Acer B118 Spin Education Edition Intune Enrollment

Here is a video of how long time it takes to unbox and setup a Acer B1 Spin with Windows 10 Education and enroll it into Intune.

To enter Acer UEFI press F2 – Here you can enable the F12 Boot menu which is disabled by default.

Here is a summary of the times:

  • Wipe drive and clean to OOBE – 22 min 52 sec
  • OOBE to Windows – 3 mins 31 sec
  • Switch user – 46 sec

Tech specs:

  • 4 Gig Ram
  • 64 Gig SSD
  • Intel Celeron 1,4 GHZ
  • Windows 10 Education 1607
  • Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (WICD)

Here are the configurations in WICD:

settings clean

Here is the complete video:

Clean install with WICD

OOBE to Windows

New user switch

Other tests on EDU devices:

HP X360 Education Edition

Lenovo N23 Education Edition

Lenovo N23 Education Edition Intune Enrollment

Here is a video of how long time it takes to unbox and setup a Lenovo N23 Education Edition with Windows 10 Education and enroll it into Intune.

To access the UEFI Boot menu Press F12 during boot

Here is a summary of the times:

  • Wipe drive and clean to OOBE – 26 mins 21sec
  • OOBE to Windows – 4 mins 46 sec
  • Switch to a new user (first time logon) – 56 sec

Tech specs:

  • 4 Gig Ram
  • 64 Gig SSD
  • Intel Celeron 1,4 GHZ
  • Windows 10 Education 1607
  • Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (WICD)

Here are the configurations in WICD:

settings clean

Here is the videos:

Clean install

Intune Enrollment

New user switch

Other tests on EDU devices:

HP X360 Education Edition

Acer B118 Spin

HP X360 Education Edition Intune Enrollment

Here is a video of how long time it takes to unbox and setup a HP X360 ProBook G1 EE with Windows 10 Education and enroll it into Intune. You do not have to clean this device. It comes with a clean Win 10 Pro EDU image and is ready for the classroom.

If you have to clean the device using WICD/USB then Boot selection / Boot menu is the F9 key

HP ProBook X360 G1 Education Edition UEFI  / BIOS menu is the Esc key.

 

Here is a summary of the times:

  • Wipe drive and clean to OOBE – 21 mins 21 sec
  • OOBE to Windows – 4 mins 7 sec
  • Switch to a new user – 34 sec

Tech specs:

  • 4 Gig Ram
  • 128 Gig SSD
  • Intel Pentium 1,4 GHZ
  • Windows 10 Education 1607
  • Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (WICD)

Here are the configurations in WICD:

settings clean

Here is the videos:

Clean install

Intune Enrollment

New user switch

 Other tests on EDU devices:

Acer Switch B1

Lenovo N23

Boot from USB HP X360 ProBook 11 G1 EE

If you have the new HP X360 Education Edition and want to clean the the disk and reinstall to Windows 10 Education this is what you need to do.

  1. Create a Bootable USB stick that supports UEFI
    1. Using CMD and Diskpart
    2. Using WICD

WICD is blazing fast, you can do a clean install in about 15 mins

During startup of your device press ESC to enter UEFI, then select F9 for boot options. Use the arrow key and select your USB drive. Press enter to boot from USB.

 

Thats it 🙂

 

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