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In a recent blog post, you saw how the Microsoft Graph API enables you to automate workflows, access data, and integrate your applications using a single endpoint for Intune, Azure Active Directory, and Office 365. Microsoft Graph API gives you access to Intune data such as configuration profiles, mobile applications, conditional access policies, and more – but in a programmatic way.

 

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A lot of our customers were excited to get started with Microsoft Graph API, and we would like to give you a jump start. We’ve put a set of PowerShell sample scripts in Github for you: https://github.com/microsoftgraph/powershell-intune-samples. These sample scripts demonstrate how you can use Microsoft Graph API to create or update mobile applications, compliance policy, RBAC roles, and configuration profiles among other common tasks.

To get started, visit Github, ensure you have all the prerequisites installed (check out readme.md), and that you’re using a test tenant. Then give the scripts a try and let us know what you think!

Note: The Intune and Azure AD APIs are available in preview now as part of the Microsoft Graph API beta and will be generally available later in 2017.*For a closer look, check out the documentation on how to use Intune and Azure Active Directory APIs.


*Use of a Microsoft online service requires a valid license. Therefore, accessing EMS, Microsoft Intune, or Azure Active Directory Premium features via Microsoft Graph API requires paid licenses of the applicable service and compliance with Microsoft Graph API Terms of Use.