Category Archives: Microsoft 365

Month left to switch to the Graph API for fetching Service Health Dashboard data

In a message center post sent earlier today, Microsoft is again reminding customers to stop using the good old manage.office.com endpoint to fetch information pertaining to the Service Health Dashboard or the Message center. The cutoff date is December 17th, … Continue reading

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Last updated timestamp for Office 365 licenses available in Graph API

One of the recent changes to the Graph API that caught my attention was the introduction of “last changed” timestamp (lastUpdatedDateTime) for the licenseAssignmentState resource, announced on October 18th. After a few weeks wait, I’m finally able to see the … Continue reading

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Filter only licensed users when using Graph API queries

Are you sick and tired of being told that you cannot do a simple task when using the Graph API, such as filter only users that have a license applied? I shall deliver you from your misery! For years, and … Continue reading

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Managing Azure AD Device registration policy with the Graph API

Microsoft has been slowly but surely adding Graph API endpoints that allow us to query and control different policy settings exposed in the various sections of the Azure AD blade. I blogged previously about the endpoint to control the Security … Continue reading

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Maximum number of API permissions for an Azure AD integrated app

While doing my monthly sweep over the various changelogs Microsoft publishes, the following item caught my attention: Limits on the number of configured API permissions for an application registration will be enforced starting in October 2021 Type: Plan for change … Continue reading

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