Category Archives: Microsoft 365

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 themĀ  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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Did you know: WhatIf operator for Graph API queries

Most of you that are familiar with PowerShell are likely aware of the -WhatIf parameter and its usefulness. Or might have at least heard about it, as unfortunately we’ve seen many examples where “official” Microsoft-released modules do not take advantage … Continue reading

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Connect to the Security and Compliance Center PowerShell via Certificate-based authentication

After a long, long wait, and few teases over the past few months, Microsoft has finally released support for establishing a Remote PowerShell session to the Security and Compliance Center via certificate-based authentication. This is enabled as part of the … Continue reading

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Azure AD introduces native Certificate-based authentication

Certificate-based authentication (CBA) has long been the de-facto standard in some organizations, and accordingly, requirements for CBA to cloud apps are not uncommon. In fact, Office 365 has long supported CBA as part of federated authentication flows, with support for … Continue reading

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