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Cleanup Microsoft.Graph PowerShell Modules

Hi All,

I wanted to check the amount of Commands available in the Microsoft.Graph Powershell Modules

Get-Command -Module Microsoft.Graph* | measure


That seemed a bit much and it turned out, i had multiple Versions of Microsoft.Graph PowerShell Module installed.

Here is a Script do remove the Old Modules and install only the newest Version.

$Modules = Get-Module Microsoft.Graph* -ListAvailable | Where {$_.Name -ne "Microsoft.Graph.Authentication"} | Select-Object Name -Unique
Foreach ($Module in $Modules)
{
    $ModuleName = $Module.Name
    $Versions = Get-Module $ModuleName -ListAvailable
    Foreach ($Version in $Versions)
    {
        $ModuleVersion = $Version.Version
        Write-Host "Uninstall-Module $ModuleName $ModuleVersion"
        Uninstall-Module $ModuleName -RequiredVersion $ModuleVersion
    }
}
#Uninstall Microsoft.Graph.Authentication
$ModuleName = "Microsoft.Graph.Authentication"
$Versions = Get-Module $ModuleName -ListAvailable
Foreach ($Version in $Versions)
{
    $ModuleVersion = $Version.Version
    Write-Host "Uninstall-Module $ModuleName $ModuleVersion"
    Uninstall-Module $ModuleName -RequiredVersion $ModuleVersion
}
Install-Module Microsoft.Graph


Now let's check again

Get-Module Microsoft.Graph* -ListAvailable


When i check now for the available commands it looks more sensable

Get-Command -Module Microsoft.Graph* | measure



Regards
Andres Bohren


Print | posted on Friday, March 18, 2022 10:09 PM | Filed Under [ PowerShell ]

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