graph api

Use Microsoft Graph Security for end-user notifications

In this short blog post, I want to show how you can use the Microsoft Graph Security to send alerts and notifications to your end-users. I also want to show you that it is super easy to set up. All you need is: Power Automate or Logic Apps Microsoft Graph Security Connector (premium) Microsoft Teams or Email connector to send the messages One of the (Microsoft) security products to work with like Cloud App Security or Identity Protection Microsoft Graph… 

Bulk dismiss risky users with Power Automate or Logic Apps

This blog was inspired by an Azure AD Mailbag blog about Azure AD Identity Protection. In the article, Microsoft provided a PowerShell script sample that you can use for bulk dismissal of risky users. Today I will show you how you can use either Power Automate or Logic Apps to do the same. You could use the Graph API with an HTTP request for this, but to make things simple, I created a custom connector. I used the riksyUser Graph… 

Prepopulate phone methods for MFA and SSPR using Graph API

Part 1 – Graph API What is the number one task if we want to protect our identity? Right. Turn on MFA.What is the number one task our helpdesk is busy with all day (and night)? Right. Password Resets.What is the number one struggle when we want to implement security? Right. User experience.So, what are you gonna get by reading this blog post? Some light at the end of the tunnel. Buckle up! What’s the case here? I start at… 

Use Power Automate or Logic Apps to keep an eye on your licenses

I guess we’ve all been there; you ran out of licenses in your Azure AD or Office 365 tenant. Despite you hang out in your admin portal every day, you were still taken by surprise when you discover an issue, caused by a license shortage. More often this is caused by the fact that the people who are responsible to buy these licenses, are not always IT admins. So it’s easy to run out of licenses. Time to get this… 

Use Graph API data in Power BI using Logic Apps

Some things in the modern connected world seem so common that you just assume it’s possible by nature. Getting your Microsoft Graph API data into Microsoft Power BI for example. That must be easy peasy right? Well…. When I start looking for ways to do this, I assumed there was a builtin connector available in Power BI that I could use. Guess what? There is not (yet). There is a connector for the Microsoft Security Graph, but that one “only”… 

Use Power Automate for your custom “dynamic” groups

Azure AD Dynamic Groups Dynamic groups in Azure AD are awesome. I use them a lot. Dynamic groups can create groups based on attributes. For example, you can create a group that includes all the users from the Sales Team. The query for the group would look like this: If a new user comes along with the same attribute, the user will automatically be added to this group. This can be really helpful for onboarding. You can pick a lot…