Close to 3 years ago I authored this post on using PowerShell for Certificate based Azure AD Authentication using ADAL (Active Directory Authentication Library). More recently I’ve published posts on using MSAL (MicroSoft Authentication Library) with PowerShell for Application and Delegated integration with the Microsoft Graph.… keep reading
In October last year I authored this post that provided a getting started guide to using MSAL with PowerShell. That post also hinted at future posts expanding on additional functionality. Finally, I’m delivering on that with this post that will dive into using MSAL with PowerShell and delegated permissions.… keep reading
Update 9 July 2020: This post details using MSAL with PowerShell for Azure AD Registered Applications with Application Permissions. See this post for using MSAL with PowerShell for Azure AD Registered Applications with Delegated Permissions. See this post for using MSAL with PowerShell for Azure AD Registered Applications using Application Permissions with Certificate based authentication.… keep reading
Running a Delta Import on the Microsoft Identity Manager Graph Connector returns stopped-extensible-extension-error .
Looking into the Application Event Log we initially see BadRequest.
Digging deeper we find DeltaLink older than 30 days is not supported.
In this particular case the Microsoft Graph Connector for Microsoft Identity Manager has not run in over 30 days and the Differential Query DeltaLink cookie that I detailed in this post and this post has expired.… keep reading
At Microsoft Build last week I was honoured to co-present the “Build apps that integrate, automate, and manage security operations” session on the Microsoft Security Graph with Preeti Krishna and Sarah Fender
The session was recorded and is available here
The PowerPoint presentation itself is here BUILD19_SecurityDeveloperPlatform
Recently I entered my second Hackathon. My submission was my first ever Web Application for the Devpost / Microsoft Graph Security Hackathon. This morning (Australian time) the winners were announced and ……. I WON.
To say I’m thrilled and honoured would be an understatement as the hackathon was judged by the esteemed Ann Johnson, Scott Hanselman, Troy Hunt, Rick Howard, Mark Russinovich and Olli Vanhoja.… keep reading
The criteria of the hackathon was;
- Build or update a functioning Microsoft Graph-powered solution that leverages the Microsoft Graph Security API
Following the announcement of the Hackathon I was encouraged by Kloud management to enter. … keep reading
Late in 2018 it came to my attention new functionality with the Microsoft Graph API for batching API requests into a single request. As I predominantly use PowerShell for scripting into Microsoft Graph parallel requests historically required extra functions to achieve something similar.… keep reading
What we know today as the Microsoft Graph has evolved over the last few years from a number of different API’s that were developed by different product teams within Microsoft (e.g Azure AD, Office 365, Outlook). That doesn’t mean the old ones have gone away, but it does mean that we can connect to the Microsoft Graph API and leverage the API’s we used to interface with independently.… keep reading
One of the benefits of Cloud Services is the continual enhancements that vendors provide based on feedback from their customers. One such item of feedback that Microsoft has heard often is the request to know what state a Guest user in Azure AD is in.… keep reading