Graph Query to get B2B user using User Principal Name (UPN)

If you are using Microsoft Graph API Query to fetch B2B user using UPN, and experiencing below shown error: Query: https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users/example_gmail.com#EXT#@example.onmicrosoft.com Response: {   ‘error’: {     ‘code’: ‘Request_ResourceNotFound’,     ‘message’: ‘Resource ‘*******’ does not exist or one of its queried reference-property objects are not present.’,     ‘innerError’: {       ‘request-id’: ‘8f390389-b9c6-4f6b-93ba-c531b3d7d595’,       ‘date’: ‘2019-12-05T23:55:40’     }   } } Well, here is the fix: You will need to encode…

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Segment Users in Azure AD

If you have been using Microsoft Graph API to add or modify users in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) you may have noticed that when you create a new user it lives with all the other users, some of which may have nothing to do with your application. Ideally, you may want a sub-directory or business unit of sorts. Fortunately, there are ways to segment these users in a more…

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How to Use the ADAL .NET library to Call the Microsoft Graph API in a Console Application (Using Authorization Code Flow)

Introduction This post is to show how to use the ADAL .NET library to acquire a token interactively in a console application. It will go through setting up an Azure Active Directory Application, setting up the .net console application, acquiring an access token, and then make a HTTP request using the token acquired from the ADAL .net library to get 5 users using the Microsoft Graph API.   Setting up your…

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