Category Archives: Graph

Automating Windows 365 part 1 – Introducing Graph and setting up Visual Studio code

Introduction This is Part 1 of a new series of guides which will cover managing Windows 365 Cloud PC’s using PowerShell and Microsoft Graph. This mini series should help you get started with automating and managing your Cloud PC’s using … Continue reading

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Automating group tags for Windows Autopilot registered devices

Introduction I’ve recently blogged about Provisioning Windows Autopilot devices to get the encrypted with Bitlocker at the factory to speed up compliance. You can review those blog posts below: Encrypting devices during Windows Autopilot provisioning (WhiteGlove) – Part 1 Encrypting … Continue reading

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Learn how to leverage Intune support for Microsoft Graph and PowerShell to enable powerful automation and IT security- my notes

Introduction Microsoft Ignite 2018 (in Florida) has just come and gone but there’s still 644GB of sessions to get through, and all of them are online and available for you to review (or download). Ignite is an awesome experience but … Continue reading

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Microsoft releases PowerShell Intune samples on GitHub

Introduction Microsoft have just published some new PowerShell Intune samples on GitHub. You might also want to follow Dave on Twitter. Downloads You can download the PowerShell samples here. the file contains information about how to use the scripts … Continue reading

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Getting started with Microsoft Graph and using PowerShell to automate things in Intune

Introduction According to Microsoft, Microsoft Graph is: …your entry to automate things in the cloud via the Microsoft Graph API. This API gives you access to AzureAD, Excel, Intune,  Outlook, OneDrive, OneNote, SharePoint, and more. Microsoft Graph is a RESTful … Continue reading

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