How to Hide EULA for Windows Autopilot users

A basic tutorial to hide the Microsoft Software License Terms for users while using Windows Autopilot

Prajwal Desai
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How to Hide EULA for Users during Autopilot

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to hide EULA for users during Autopilot. During Windows Autopilot, you can configure whether to show the OS license terms to users or hide them.

The option to hide the EULA for users during Autopilot can be configured within the OOBE section of the deployment profile in Intune admin center. You can simply edit the existing Autopilot deployment profile and hide the Microsoft Software License Terms.

The Autopilot deployment profiles that you create in Intune determine the deployment mode and customize the out-of-box experience (OOBE) for end users. If you are provisioning Windows 11 laptops using Autopilot, you can configure Autopilot EULA dismissal for users.

Autopilot EULA

The EULA page appears at the end of the Autopilot provisioning process and prompts users to accept the license terms. This is an additional step before the user can log in, and most organizations choose to hide this EULA box to expedite the provisioning process.

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In the screenshot below, you can see an example of the EULA for Windows Autopilot and clicking Accept is mandatory to complete the process. In this step, you’ll learn how to skip this EULA for users.

Windows Autopilot EULA
Windows Autopilot EULA

Steps to hide EULA for Users during Autopilot

During provisioning of Windows devices via Autopilot, you can hide EULA for users by performing these steps:

Step 1: Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center. Go to Devices > Windows > Device Onboarding > Enrollment. In the right pane, under Windows Autopilot, select Deployment Profiles. Select the deployment profile to edit.

Hide EULA for Users during Autopilot
Hide EULA for Users during Autopilot

Step 2: On the deployment properties page, edit the Out-of-box experience (OOBE) settings.

Hide Autopilot EULA for users
Hide Autopilot EULA for users

Step 3: On the Out-of-box experience (OOBE) settings window, set Microsoft Software License Terms to Hide. Click Save to save the changes you’ve made to the deployment profile.

After making the above changes, the EULA page is not shown to the users during autopilot.

Hide EULA for Users during Autopilot
Hide EULA for Users during Autopilot

Hide Privacy Settings for Users

In addition to EULA, Autopilot administrators can also hide the privacy settings for users from the deployment profile.

In the Intune admin center, go to Devices > Windows > Device Onboarding > Enrollment. Under Windows Autopilot, select Deployment Profiles. Select the deployment profile to edit.

Edit the Out-of-box experience (OOBE) settings and set Privacy Settings to Hide. Click Save to save the changes you’ve made to the deployment profile.

Hide Privacy Settings for Autopilot Users
Hide Privacy Settings for Autopilot Users

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Prajwal Desai is a Microsoft MVP in Intune and SCCM. He writes articles on SCCM, Intune, Windows 365, Windows Server, Windows 11, WordPress and other topics, with the goal of providing people with useful information.
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