Perform a Basic o365 Inventory with PowerShell


An old customer wanted an insight into a little used o365 test tenant. I made sure they had a Global Admin account available, told them to download the Azure Active Directory cmdlets and then supplied them with following very basic ‘script’.

Connect-MsolService

Get-MsolAccountSku >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolSubscription >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolDomain >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit -All >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolCompanyInformation >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolContact >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolDevice -All >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolDirSyncConfiguration >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolDomainFederationSettings -DomainName <your_cloud_domain_name> >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolDomainVerificationDns -DomainName <your_cloud_domain_name> >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolGroup >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolPartnerInformation >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolPasswordPolicy -DomainName <your_cloud_domain_name> >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolRole >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolRole | % {Get-MsolRoleMember -RoleObjectId $_.ObjectId} >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolUser >> AAD.txt

Get-MsolUserByStrongAuthentication >> AAD.txt

 

After supplying an appropriate credential to Connect-MsolService, the script then performs a bunch of gets and uses the append redirection operator to add the collected information to a text file called AAD.txt.

This text file can then be reviewed to gain an insight into the targeted tenant. That’s it – no frills, no bling.

Of course, this rather rudimentary report can be supplemented with information gleaned from the Reports section of the o365 Admin portal.

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AND, you can also generate these portal reports (and more) with PowerShell!

Use Windows PowerShell to create reports in Office 365

 

More to follow…

 

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