Azure Active Directory reporting API with MS Graph

Introduction As documented here, the Microsoft Graph Reporting API can be used to get the audit logs (https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/auditLogs/directoryAudits) and the sign-ins reports (https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/auditLogs/signIns). The old reports endpoint using Azure AD Graph is now deprecated and attempting to use that legacy end point to get the auditEvents can result in the following error: GET https://graph.windows.net/<tenant>.onmicrosoft.com/reports/auditEvents?api-version=beta {   “error”:{     “code”:”Deprecated_ActivityReports”,”message”:”This API is deprecated as part of old azure classic portal, please…

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How to add an owner to an Azure AD Application

Introduction: This post will go over a three different ways to add owner to Azure AD Application using Azure Powershell, Azure AD Graph, and Microsoft Graph endpoint.  The Microsoft Graph documentation on this may not be clear to point out that an Application owner can be either a User object or a Service Principal object. Various technique to add Application Owner: Azure AD Powershell: Use the Azure AD Powershell command…

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How to Use the .Net Microsoft Graph SDK to Get Users and Get Next Page of Results

Introduction This post will explain how to use the .Net Microsoft Graph SDK in order to get users. This article is assuming that you have already gotten an Access Token using ADAL .NET. In order to learn more on how to get the Adal .NET token, please reference : How to Use the ADAL .NET library to Acquire a Token Interactively in a Console Application (Authorization Code Flow) Link Warning…

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How to Create a New Schema Extension Using the Microsoft Graph Explorer

Introduction This post is to provide a tutorial on how to create a schema extension utilizing the Microsoft Graph Explorer. In this post we will, login to Microsoft Graph Explorer, create the V1 AAD Application, and make the Microsoft Graph Schema Extension call.   Getting the Access Token Please navigate to the Microsoft Graph Explorer at : https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/graph-explorer Once the page loads, on the left, below authentication you will see…

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