This section shows you how to create a new enrollment request through Mobile Device Manager Console. By using the New Enrollment Wizard, you can generate the password that you must have to enroll a Windows Mobile device.
These steps assume the following:
- Users have valid identities on the company network.
- If you want to assign devices to an Active Directory
organizational unit (OU) other than the default OU,
SCMDM Managed Devices, you have created the OU in Active
Directory and you have used the
Set-EnrollmentPermissionscmdlet to set the appropriate
permissions for that OU (for more information, see
|You can use MDM Shell cmdlets and PowerShell scripts to automate Windows Mobile device management tasks. For more information on creating an enrollment request with an MDM Shell cmdlet, see New-EnrollmentRequest. MDM Bulk Pre-Enrollment Tool is a command-line tool to pre-enroll groups of Windows Mobile devices. To download MDM Bulk Pre-Enrollment Tool, see MDM Server Tools at this Microsoft Web page: .|
The MDM Server Tools includes a set of tools to help
administrators configure, deploy, and manage MDM and its
components. The MDM Bulk Pre-Enrollment Tool enables administrators
to pre-enroll groups of Windows Mobile 6.1 devices into MDM. Bulk
pre-enrollment can be simpler and more efficient than pre-enrolling
a large number of devices individually. To download the MDM Bulk
Pre-Enrollment Tool, see the MDM 2008 SP1 Resource Kit at
To enroll a new device through MDM Console
On the Startmenu, point to All Programs, and then choose Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager.
Choose Mobile Device Manager Console.
In the Consoletree, expand Mobile Device Manager, expand Device Management, and then select Pending Enrollments.
Right-click Pending Enrollmentsand then select Create Pre-Enrollment.
The Pre-Enrollment Wizardappears. Choose Next.
On the Name Devicepage, type the name of the device in the Device Namebox. Choose Browseto locate and select the organizational unit to which you want to assign the Windows Mobile device. Choose Next.
On the Select Userpage, select the type of user account that you want to associate with the Windows Mobile device:
Active Directory User: You can use Group Policy to manage
policy settings on managed Windows Mobile devices that have an
Active Directory user name. In addition, you can automatically send
an e-mail message that notifies the Active Directory user of
Other user identifier: You cannot use Group Policy to apply
user-based policies to managed devices that have other identifiers.
To enroll a device that has other identifiers, the user must type
the identifier as the e-mail address and may have to specify the
MDM Enrollment Server URL.
Anonymous User: You cannot use Group Policy to apply
user-based policies to managed devices enrolled as anonymous. To
enroll a device that specifies anonymous as the user name, the user
anonymousas the e-mail address and then specify the MDM
Enrollment Server URL.
- Active Directory User: You can use Group Policy to manage policy settings on managed Windows Mobile devices that have an Active Directory user name. In addition, you can automatically send an e-mail message that notifies the Active Directory user of enrollment.
If you select an Active Directory user, choose Browse. A page appears with a list of available users. Double-click the appropriate user, and then on the Select Userpage, choose Next.
The Create Pre-enrollmentpage appears with a summary of the selections that you made to this point. Choose Backto review or change settings. After verifying that the selections are correct, choose Create.
When it is finished, a page appears with the pre-enrollment data for the Windows Mobile device. You can press Ctrl+C to copy the data for your records. Choose Finish.
In MDM Console, the device that you want to enroll in MDM appears in the Pending Enrollmentslist.