Category: Powershell

Monitor changes to Intune using Azure Functions, GraphAPI & PowerShell

In my last post, I showed you how to move a very common task – authenticating into the GraphAPI, up into an Azure Function App. Now that our authentication function has been turned into a REST Endpoint, we can stop focusing on how we get authenticated and start doing some really interesting stuff inside the environment. Case in point, myself and a colleague @OnPremCloudGuy were wondering if we …

Working with GraphAPI & PowerBI the easy way!

I’m sure lots of us out there in the IT world have spent some time with PowerBI with varying degrees of headache-inducing successes. I know myself that working with fairly flat data sources, you can very easily create some incredible reports that will make you look like a data wizard to even the most jaded manager out there, however once you want to start working with complex data …

Install Microsoft Teams with Intune, Powershell & Bits!

Hi All, I know most people out there cringe at the thought of spending time packaging applications for deployment, but unfortunately I seem to be a sucker for punishment and really do revel in the challenges faced with application packaging! Here’s a nice and easy one that will help anyone tasked with getting the latest version of the Teams client onto devices – whether using SCCM or Intune, …

How to force Intune configuration scripts to re-run

** EDIT ** Due to constant requests, I’ve updated this solution to use newer authentication methods that allow MFA as well as native support in PowerShell 7. Please note – the code below is provided as reference material only – authentication is NOT the point of the article and there are countless ways to acquire the correct authentication token. *** Hi All and welcome. As I am about …