Create an activation profile for Windows 10 devices
Before users can activate a
Windows 10device, an activation profile that allows
Windows 10activations must be assigned to their accounts. You can create or modify an activation profile to allow
Windows 10activations. For more information about using and assigning profiles in
UEM, see Using profiles, variables, and email templates.
- On the menu bar, clickPolicies and Profiles.
- ClickPolicy > Activation.
- Click .
- Type a name and description for the profile.
- In theNumber of devices that a user can activatefield, specify the maximum number of devices the user can activate.
- In theDevice ownershipdrop-down list, select the default setting for device ownership. Perform one of the following actions:
- If some users activate personal devices and some users activate work devices, selectNot specified.
- If users typically activate work devices, selectWork.
- If users typically activate personal devices, selectPersonal.
- Optionally, select an organization notice in theAssign organization noticedrop-down list. If you assign an organization notice, users activatingWindows 10devices must accept the notice to complete the activation process.
- In theDevice types that users can activatesection, select the device types as required (for example,Windows). Device types that you don't select are not included in the activation profile and users can't activate those devices.
- On theWindowstab, do the following:
- In theAllowed device form factorsection, selectPhoneif you want to allow Windows 10 smartphones to be activated, and selectTablet or computerto allow Windows 10 tablets and computers to be activated.
- In theDevice model restrictionsdrop-down list, select whether to allow or restrict specified devices or to have no restrictions. ClickEditto select the devices you want to restrict or allow and clickSave.
- In theAllowed versiondrop-down list, select the minimum allowed version.
If necessary, rank profiles.