How To Install the MSOnline PowerShell Module

Introduction In recent months, Microsoft has changed the distribution method for the MSOnline PowerShell Modules from the use of the .msi self-contained download to exclusively having it installed from the Online Gallery via the Install-Module cmdlets. Unfortunately, not every Windows-based operating system that you might be working from has the latest and greatest version of…

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Connecting to Microsoft Graph with a Native App using PowerShell

Introduction Over the last few months, Microsoft has tightened security measures and has (or is at least starting to) deprecate the use of the well-known ClientID that many of use have grown accustom to using in our Microsoft Graph scripts. I had spent countless hours trying to figure out exactly how I can create my…

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Using Export-CSV in Azure Automation

Introduction Whether you are just getting started with Azure Automation or you are pretty well in tune with it, there will likely come a point where you will want to capture the output of your scripts to a CSV. With Azure Automation, your scripts are run in a virtual environment and when you output your…

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Licensing Office 365 Users with PowerShell – Licensing Helper

Introduction Time and time again I’ve worked with customers that have challenges with figuring out how to correctly license users in Office 365; more so, how to construct the disabled plans licensing string. Given the challenges of general know-how required to figure out how to make these strings, I’ve taken the liberty of creating a…

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Using PowerShell to Connect to Microsoft Graph API

Update 6.29.2018: Changes have been make to the functionality of the well-known ClientIDs that are referred to in this article. Further information can be found here, along with guidance on how to create your own Native application which could be configured to have similar functionality to the well-known ClientIDs. Introduction In this article I will show you how to…

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