When users receive a new Dell® Windows 10 device with out-of-box (OOBE) provisioning enabled in the AirWatch Windows 10 Provisioning Service, the Workspace ONE application can be configured to open automatically and deliver applications to the device.
To deliver this OOBE with the Workspace ONE application, you must enable the External Access Token authentication method as part of the AirWatch integration. Then the authentication method is enabled in the built-in provider and you create an access policy rule to use the External Access Token authentication method.
The Workspace ONE OOBE runs the Workspace ONE application without requiring users to enter their sign-in credentials a second time. If this authentication method is not enabled, users must sign in to Workspace ONE in addition to signing in to the device during the Windows registration process.
Other services that must be set up for the OOBE in Dell Windows 10 devices include the AirWatch Provisioning Service for Windows 10 and federation to Microsoft Azure Active Directory. See Windows 10 Provisioning Service and Windows Desktop Enrollment Overview and Windows in the AirWatch Windows Desktop Platform Guide for provisioning service configuration details.