In earlier blogs we have had an introduction to Microsoft Graph and what we can do with Microsoft Intune via the Microsoft Graph API. In this blog I want to add PowerShell to the story and show what we need to use PowerShell to access Microsoft Intune via the Microsoft Graph API. As you may […]READ MORE
So, what can we do with Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Graph API?
In part 1 I gave a brief introduction to Microsoft Graph API. In this part I’ll explain how to get started and give you some useful examples. As I mentioned in Part 1, almost everything that can be done in the Intune portal can be automated via REST API calls to the Microsoft Graph API. […]READ MORE
Automation of Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Graph API – an introduction
Since I attended David Falkus‘s Graph API session in Boston, I got enthusiastic about the Microsoft Graph API for Microsoft Intune. As an Azure and Intune (EM+S) expert, one of the features I have been missing the most is the ability to automate repetitive tasks. Not having this option in Microsoft Intune standalone was often […]READ MORE
Exchange 2007 was one of the first Powershell really integrated applications. Every configuration item can be set with the Exchange Management Shell, often the usage of the Exchange Management Shell is the only way. In the next couple of blogs the most used Exchange Powershell commands will be explained. In this blog I will look […]READ MORE
About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security