Graph Week – Exploring the MSGraphAPI Cmdlets

Yesterday, I showed you how to install and start with the MSGraphAPI cmdlets. Today we’re going to explore them and see all that you can do with them! We learned how to authenticate yesterday, and run the first command: Get-GraphUsers. What does this command return? I can use GetType to see: It’s not just returning a hash or array, it’s returning a custom class called GraphUser_v1. What is this object? This is a custom object created for the cmdlets that … Continue reading

Graph Week – Getting Started with Graph and PowerShell!

Welcome to Graph week! This week we are going to look at how we can automate common tasks with PowerShell and Microsoft Graph. To help us out, I am working on cmdlets called the MSGraphAPI cmdlets. They are in beta now, but far enough along to do anything you need to do in Graph! What is Microsoft Graph? Graph is one endpoint to manage multiple Microsoft APIs. What do I mean by that? In the Graph cmdlets, you can simply … Continue reading