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So, what can we do with Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Graph API?

In part 1 I gave a brief introduction to Microsoft Graph API. In this part I’ll explain how to get started and give you some useful examples. As I mentioned in Part 1, almost everything that can be done in the Intune portal can be automated via REST API calls to the Microsoft Graph API. […]

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Automation of Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Graph API – an introduction

Since I attended David Falkus‘s Graph API session in Boston, I got enthusiastic about the Microsoft Graph API for Microsoft Intune. As an Azure and Intune (EM+S) expert, one of the features I have been missing the most is the ability to automate repetitive tasks. Not having this option in Microsoft Intune standalone was often […]

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Quota violation when using Get-CMDevice with ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 CU1

Today I was at one of my customers and looked at an issue that my Clean up Powershell script was not working anymore. While troubleshooting I noticed that the script was exited with a Quota Violation error, since they also has some WMI issues since a power outage a couple of weeks ago I thought […]

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How to run Powershell scripts with a Service Account to access ConfigMgr 2012 SP1

When using a service account to run for instance my “cleaning ConfigMgr” Powershell script you may run in to an error. When trying to access the Windows PowerShell drive that is mapped to your Primary Site you will receive the following error: “set-location : Cannot find drive. A drive with the name <primary site> does […]

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New version of Cleanup devices in ConfigMgr 2012 script released

Today I released a new version of the “Cleanup in AD deleted devices via Powershell in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1” script that was originally released in March of this year. In this new version the following is changed: Ability to set the Maximum Query Result Size of ConfigMgr 2012 SP1, by default this is 1000 items […]

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How to cleanup in AD deleted devices via Powershell in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1

I am not a real scripting guy but for one of my customers I wrote a Powershell script that allows you to delete devices in Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 that have been deleted from the Active Directory. This way the customer is able to keep its Configuration Manager database clean and update date. With the release of Service Pack 1 for Configuration […]

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My top 10 new features of ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 – part 5

In my series about my top 10 of new features in Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 I would like to dedicate this blog on the Powershell 3.0 support. I am not a Powershell expert but I will try to show you some tricks 😉 When starting the Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 Console you need to click […]

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Adding PowerShell support to WinPE from ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 console

This blog is initiated by a question asked to Wally Mead during the SCUG Netherlands event last week. The question was if there is any PowerShell support for Boot Images in Configuration Manager 2012 Service Pack 1. In this blog I would like to show you how to add the PowerShell support to WinPE boot images from the Configuration […]

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Migrating Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 Notes from the field

When migrating from Exchange 2003 often in the combination when a customer uses a third party utility to create user accounts you can get into trouble with trailing whitespaces in the Display name of the user. A user with a trailing whitespace in the display name cannot be managed by the Exchange Management Console (EMC) […]

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Forwarding all mail of one mailbox via EMS (Powershell)

The function is there for ages, but I am always forget the following administrative feature. 😉 Sometimes when a employee is unavailable for a longer time, due an extended holiday or sickness, you often will get the request to give access to the mail of the employee. You can do this like mentioned in an earlier […]

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Managing Personal Archives with EMS in Exchange 2010 SP1

In Exchange 2010 a personal archive feature came available. The personal archive is an additional mailbox that’s enabled for a user, which you can store on a separate server (since SP1) with less expensive storage hardware. The Personal Archive must eliminate the need of pst files in your organization. With the release of Service Pack […]

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About Peter Daalmans
Peter is a Senior Consultant and Enterprise Mobility (Configuration Manager/Microsoft Intune/Enterprise Mobility Suite) MVP with CTGlobal with a primary focus on the Enterprise Client Management and Enterprise Mobility. Writing blogs and sharing his knowlegde since 2010 on ConfigMgrBlog.com / PeterDaalmans.com.

Also one of the founders and leads of the Windows Management User Group Netherlands.

Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit and in 2013 Peter had the honor to speak at TechEd Australia and TechEd New Zealand. See more here.

Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security

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