If you want to save time by allowing your end users to self enroll, consider the following questions.

Consideration #1: Device Ownership

  • Do your end users already have assigned corporate devices? In this case, it may not be practical to collect each device and have it staged and instead have users enroll themselves.
  • Are your end users sharing devices or do they have their own dedicated devices? If end users are not sharing devices, then you can make it the responsibility of that device's single owner to enroll themselves.

Consideration #2: Auto Discovery

Are you associating your organization's email domain with your Workspace ONE UEM environment? This process, known as an auto discovery, means that end users need only enter email address and credentials. The enrollment URL and Group ID are automatically entered.

See also Configure Autodiscovery Enrollment From a Child Organization Group and Configure Autodiscovery Enrollment From a Parent Organization Group.

Consideration #3: Workspace ONE Direct Enrollment

Workspace ONE Direct Enrollment is a feature that fits well with self-enrollment. Once enabled, all qualified devices that log into the enrollment organization group are immediately enrolled. And once fully installed, the end user can agree to install apps selected by the company or to opt out of installing apps.

For more information, see Workspace ONE Direct Enrollment.