Graph API

New Graph Explorer

By | 2019-11-22T13:48:48+02:00 November 22nd, 2019|Blog, Graph API|

Have you checked out the preview of the new Graph Explorer?You find it at https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/graph-explorer/preview It has a better editor, cleaner UI, better history.You have new tabs like "Auth" that shows the access token and "Snippets" that shows examples in C#, JavaScript, Java and Objective-C. You also have a tab [...]

Use Graph API in flow (and create a team)

By | 2019-07-31T09:45:41+02:00 June 19th, 2019|Flow, Graph API|

How can we combine the powers of two fantastic automation tools, Microsoft Graph API and Microsoft Flow?As an example we will create a team in Microsoft Teams with the help of a simple form in Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Flow and Microsoft Graph API. We start by registering an application in [...]

Automate Intune – the hidden APIs of Azure

By | 2019-06-10T09:55:34+02:00 June 8th, 2019|Graph API, Intune, Powershell|

With the Microsoft.Graph.Intune PowerShell module you get over 900 commands and you could also do Invoke-MSGraphRequest to utilize the complete Microsoft Graph REST API. But if you have played a bit with Graph API you probably have noticed that there are some functionality you miss, like device settings in Azure [...]

Microsoft Graph API and Intune – The Microsoft.Graph.Intune way

By | 2019-06-08T00:28:38+02:00 June 7th, 2019|Graph API, Intune, Powershell|

Automation, automation, automation!Why should you manually set up dozens of groups, policies and other settings when it could be automated? To automate our Intune setup, Microsoft Graph API is the answer.And since most of us aren't developers, we stick to PowerShell as our script language of choice. You could write [...]

Microsoft Graph API and Intune – The old school way

By | 2019-06-07T23:02:06+02:00 May 28th, 2019|Graph API, Intune, Powershell|

Automation, automation, automation!Why should you manually set up dozens of groups, policies and other settings when it could be automated? To automate our Intune setup, Microsoft Graph API is the answer.And since most of us aren't developers, we stick to PowerShell as our script language of choice. You find the [...]

Set Intune as MDM Authority with PowerShell and Microsoft Graph API

By | 2019-06-07T08:48:34+02:00 April 8th, 2019|Graph API, Powershell|

Before we can start to use Intune we have to set it as MDM Authority.To automate this we can use PowerShell and Microsoft Graph API. Like all other Graph API scripts we start by authenticating us to get a token we have to send in the header of the REST [...]