Azure Autopilot: Unable to delete managed Autopilot devices

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So while I was doing my lab testing and wanting to remove the device from managed autopilot but it was failed to do so, due to the device were managed by Intune. Below is the error, if you would try to delete the device object from Autopilot.

To resolve this issue, is to remove the device from Intune and then you could able to remove the device from Autopilot.

As you may know that Intune is now no longer to be found in Azure portal, and it has moved to Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center portal.

Steps to proceed to resolve this issue are;
  1. Access or login with your necessary credential that has permission to enter Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  2. One the left taskbar, Select on Devices
  3. Select platform : Windows
  4. Search for the device name that you would wish to remove
  5. Once the device is found, select on the device and click Delete
  6. For the device to be deleted, will take around 3 to 5 mins
  7. Click on the Refresh, to make sure the device is completely deleted
  8. Once the device object is completely deleted, on the left taskbar select on Devices
  9. Select Enroll Devices
  10. Select Windows enrollment
  11. Select Devices Managed Autopilot
  12. Search for the device and Select the device that you wish to remove
  13. Click Delete and you have successfully delete the device from Autopilot

Author: sabrinaksy

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