Add PowerShell support to manage the service
It would be nice if PowerShell was supported to manage the service.
As we move away from the Silverlight console and into the Azure Portal, we can now provide you with a Graph API for Intune, similar to the APIs you may be using with other Azure services. The Intune Graph API enables access to Intune information programmatically for your tenant, and the API performs the same Intune operations as those available through the Azure Portal.
For more information, see https://graph.microsoft.io/en-us/docs/api-reference/beta/intune_graph_overview
Here’s an example of using PowerShell to call Graph API for Azure Active Directory.
If automation was your main priority and you don’t care if it’s PowerShell or not, I encourage you to move your votes away from this and onto other items. I’ve created a new Graph category so you can tell us what other things you’d like to see regarding Graph automation.
Michael Wolthers commented
This is a must, and im dumbfounded that it seems to NOT be a priority. Especially with the amount of votes this have.
Completely agree with the other comments, I want cmdlets to allow me to selectively wipe the data on all devices for a user so I can add this to my termination script that I have built to automate the process of disabling users when they leave the company.
Kristoffer Ryeng commented
Still no PowerShell support for Intune... We _do_ care whether it's PowerShell or not - as we use PowerShell for most of our existing automation, and we would like the same readability for our employees, _not_ being programmers.
Shane Wright commented
Hi Cathy - currently it is not possible to do automation with the GraphAPI because non-interactive connectivity is not supported. I created an entry under Graph for this.
Kasper Nielsen commented
+1 for this i am supporting a big global company and its coming quite the pain to service 3000 devices through the really slow Intune portal.
Adding - changing - Removing devices. all takes painful long.
Sean Kearney commented
It's actually pretty silly that the Service is the cousin to Configuration Manager, all Microsoft apps as of CEC2009 are supposed to have Cmdlets and in 2016 Intune still doesn't. REALLY would love to see this live.
Teemu Tiainen commented
+1 for this really game changing feature to be implemented. It'd really make our life easier. Especially uploading and managing software packages.
+1 to PS cmdlets and especially supporting uploading new software and deploying to groups.
+1 to PS cmdlets and especially to support for software apps management.
Klaus Østergren commented
This sounds really really great! I look forward to try this!
PS cmdlets +1
Andre Hagmann commented
Provide a easy way to create scriptlet tasks and assign to computer groups, incl status reporting --> vbs, powershell
Andre Hagmann commented
Please add powershell Support for Software apps Management