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How can I start with Microsoft Graph in PowerShell?
As stated in a previous post, you can use the AzureAD module, or Exchange Online module in PowerShell to manage your tenant, but did you know that you can also use the Microsoft Graph API to do the same? 9/10 times when you’re bulk updating Microsoft Graph is faster.
I also created a module around the Microsoft Graph API. It’s still under construction, but you can already use it.
Before you can use the module you need to configure your tenant for the API. I will keep the page updated how you can configure your tenant for Microsoft Graph.
- Use PowerShell for Microsoft Graph.
- Where do we start?
- Register an AzureAD app registration
- Microsoft Graph API App registrations need permissions in AzureAD.
- We need the application ID and secret, redirectUri or certificate to make a connection to Microsoft Graph API with PowerShell.
- Now, let’s finally use PowerShell for Microsoft Graph API.
Follow this link to the page:
How to start with Microsoft Graph in PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes
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