Eliminate the 15 device CAP on Azure enrollment by a single O365 admin account
There is a 15 device CAP on Azure enrollment by a single O365 admin account. There is a program through Intune that allows up to 1000 devices in a corporate network, but there's a fair gap between 15 devices and an environment large enough to support an Intune account.
Let's say you've been using firstname.lastname@example.org as your global admin account and adding computers to the Azure AD account. Currently, after enrolling 15 devices you have to create another, unlicensed Global Admin Account, such as email@example.com. Use that to add additional computers until you use up another 15 devices, then create firstname.lastname@example.org and so forth.
In small businesses where there is only 1 IT admin it makes no sense as it is always the same person setting up and joining the computers. Why have to create unlicenced users as a workaround and simply not remove the 15 device per admin enrollment restriction?
Wayne Singh commented
As anonymous stated we have ours set to unlimited. However this applies to everyone. While not a massive issue it isn't ideal. There is a setting under Intune called Device Enrollment Managers that seems to read like it will allow large numbers of enrollments but doesn't seem to make any difference at all.
We have this set to "unlimited" in our tenant, so this capability may have been updated since this was entered. AD | Devices | Device Settings