Category Archives: Graph API

Teams PowerShell module finally adds support for application authentication!

Seem all I blog about lately is PowerShell… so here’s another article. Kind of important one at that – the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module has added (preview) support for application context authentication! Let’s start with why this is important. Basically, … Continue reading

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Querying and updating report anonymization settings via the Graph API

Most of you are probably aware that Microsoft introduced an anonymization setting for the usage reports a while back. Toggling said setting, which you can find under the Microsoft 365 admin center > Settings > Org settings > Reports > … Continue reading

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Find tenantId by domain name and vice versa by leveraging the Graph API

I’m back from vacation and catching up on stuff, including the Graph API changelog. One interesting bit that caught my attention was the addition of the tenantInformation resource type and two methods related to it, namely: findTenantInformationByDomainName and findTenantInformationByTenantId. The … Continue reading

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Generate a report of Azure AD role assignments via the Graph API or PowerShell

A while back, I published a short article and script to illustrate the process of obtaining a list of all Azure AD role assignments. The examples therein use the old MSOnline and Azure AD PowerShell modules, which are now on … Continue reading

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Managing SharePoint Online tenant settings via the Graph API

While the Graph API has a good coverage of “end user” endpoints, which cover most client scenarios, the “admin” part of the experience remains largely non-existent. Especially when it comes to the various Microsoft 365 workloads. So it is with … Continue reading

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