Category Archives: Graph API

Exchange Online PowerShell module gets rid of the WinRM dependence

Exchange Online Remote PowerShell has been around for a long time. It is largely thanks to it that Exchange Online offers the best admin experience out of all Microsoft 365 workloads in terms of usability, breadth of operation coverage, automation … Continue reading

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Teams Remote PowerShell updates and new API endpoints

With the deadline for Basic authentication deprecation rapidly approaching, Microsoft is busy updating various endpoints and tools to properly support OAuth. Remote PowerShell connectivity is one such example, and important one, as for many admins PowerShell remains the preferred method … Continue reading

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Can you delete mailbox items on hold via the Graph API?

Yesterday, I has a short debate with regards to how the Recoverable items structure works in Exchange, and whether one will be able to delete items that fall under the scope of a lithold via the Graph API. The answer … Continue reading

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Enumerate all SharePoint Online site collections via the Graph API

In another article of the “this is now finally possible in Office 365”, here’s how to get a list of all SharePoint Online site collections (or “sites”, as Microsoft is confusingly calling them  lately) via a simple Graph API query: … Continue reading

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At long last, Teams usage reports are available via the Graph API

Reporting in Office 365 has always been an area that leaves a lot to be desired, and things didn’t exactly improve with the introduction of Microsoft Teams. In fact, while several sets of reports, analytics and insights have been made … Continue reading

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