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Backup and Restore your Intune Configuration using PowerShell

Backup and Restore your Intune Configuration using PowerShell

I found this fantastic PowerShell module from jseerden that queries Microsoft Graph, and allows for cross-tenant Backup & Restore of your Intune Configuration. The Intune Configuration is backed up as JSON files in a given directory. The module allows an administrator to backup, restore and even compare different Intune backup sets.

Pre-Requisites

The module requires a total of 3 modules to be present, you can install them by running the following commands in an administrative PowerShell prompt:

AzureAD Module

  1. AzureAD (Install-Module -Name AzureAD)

MSGraphFunction Module

  1. MSGraphFunction (Install-Module -Name MSGraphFunctions)

IntuneBackupandRestore Module

The IntuneBackupandRestore PowerShell module is hosted on the PowerShell Gallery. You can install it by running the following command in an administrative PowerShell prompt:

Install-Module -Name IntuneBackupAndRestore

Connect to Microsoft Graph

Next, we will connect to Microsoft Graph using the “Microsoft Intune PowerShell” application in AzureAD, so you don’t need to create your own … Continue...

Connect and Navigate the Microsoft Graph API with PowerShell

Connect and Navigate the Microsoft Graph API with PowerShell

Graph is Microsoft’s RESTful API that allows you to interface directly with Azure AD, Office 365, Intune, SharePoint, Teams, OneNote, and a whole lot more. By using the Invoke-RestMethod PowerShell cmdlet we can connect and interact directly with the Graph API. The Invoke-RestMethod cmdlet sends HTTP and HTTPS requests to Representational State Transfer (REST) web services that returns richly structured data. PowerShell formats the response based on the data type. For an RSS or ATOM feed, PowerShell returns the Item or Entry XML nodes. For JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) or XML, PowerShell converts (or deserializes) the content into objects.1 In this article, I will walk you through setting up the Azure Application, assigning proper  permissions, Authentication and finally running queries against the Graph API. Once you understand how to properly authenticate and format queries you will see how powerful Graph can be for you and your organization.

1. Application

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Getting Started With the Office 365 CLI

Getting Started With the Office 365 CLI

Using the Office 365 CLI, you can manage your Microsoft Office 365 tenant and SharePoint Framework projects on any platform. No matter if you are on Windows, macOS or Linux, using Bash, Cmder or PowerShell, using the Office 365 CLI you can configure Office 365, manage SharePoint Framework projects and build automation scripts. Office 365 CLI is an open-source project driven by the SharePoint Patterns and Practices initiative. The project is built and managed publicly on GitHub at https://github.com/pnp/office365-cli and accepts community contributions.

Getting Started

NodeJS

The Office 365 CLI is distributed as an NPM package, to install it on a Windows machine you will need to first download NodeJS. NPM (originally short for Node Package Manager)[3] is a package manager for the JavaScript programming language. It is the default package manager for the JavaScript runtime environment Node.js.

Installing Office 365 CLI

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