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Webinar: Microsoft Graph for PowerShell Administrators

Tomorrow, I am kind of going back to my roots for an hour. My friends at Cayosoft (Bob and Andrei – with whom I used to work on QAD cmdlets, the initial community project for Active Directory PowerShell implementation before the official Microsoft one appeared!) asked me to help them with a webinar on the basics of Microsoft Graph and PowerShell SDK for it.

Please join us if you get a chance: Microsoft Graph Basics for PowerShell Admins, Tuesday, July 14, 2 pm EST / 11 am PST.

PowerShell has been designed to provide unified intuitive command-line and scripting administration across many enterprise systems. Ironically, cloud made things difficult again by limiting administration choices and making APIs for cloud systems inconsistent and more dev-oriented.

Now, Microsoft PowerShell SDK (in Preview at the moment) is aiming to bridge that gap.

In this webinar we will explore:

  • The basics of PowerShell and Microsoft Graph 
  • Connecting to the systems, authentication, and authorization 
  • Discoverability of commands, objects, and properties 
  • Practical examples of user and group management 
  • Current limitations and the ways to work around them 

Please join us: Microsoft Graph Basics for PowerShell Admins, Tuesday, July 14, 2 pm EST / 11 am PST.


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