Microsoft.Graph PowerShell Modules 2.18.0 released

Microsoft.Graph PowerShell Modules 2.18.0 released

Hi All,

A few Hors ago, Microsoft has released the Version 2.18.0 of Microsoft.Graph and Microsoft.Graph.Beta Modules.

Release Notes

  • [v2] Weekly OpenApiDocs Refresh
  • [v2] Examples Update
  • Bump Azure.Identity from 1.10.3 to 1.11.0 in /src/Authentication/Authentication.Core by @dependabot
  • Orders permissions based on least privilege property value (True or false)
  • Add issue templating using issue forms
  • Adds permissions type
  • Restricts escaping of special characters to path segments only when using Invoke-MgGraphRequest and bumps Azure.Identity.Broker Library
  • Externaldocs support for the auto generated powershell reference documents
  • Add flag to send certificate chain for subject name / issuer based auth in Connect-MgGraph by @nayanshah

I am using the new PSResourceGet here instead of the PowerShellGet commands.

I’ve changed the Scope from “AllUsers” to “CurrentUser” in this Article - with that you don’t need to Run PowerShell as Administrator anymore.

Show installed Versions and what’s available in PowerShell Gallery

Get-InstalledPSResource Microsoft.Graph -Scope CurrentUser
Get-InstalledPSResource Microsoft.Graph.Beta -Scope CurrentUser
Find-PSResource Microsoft.Graph
Find-PSResource Microsoft.Graph.Beta

Uninstalling the old Microsoft.Graph Modules

Get-InstalledPSResource Microsoft.Graph -Scope CurrentUser -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Uninstall-PSResource -Scope CurrentUser -SkipDependencyCheck
Get-InstalledPSResource Microsoft.Graph* -Scope CurrentUser -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Uninstall-PSResource -Scope CurrentUser -SkipDependencyCheck

Installing the New Microsoft.Graph Modules

Install-PSResource Microsoft.Graph -Scope CurrentUser -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
Install-PSResource Microsoft.Graph.Beta -Scope CurrentUser -WarningAction SilentlyContinue

List all the Modules

Get-PSResource Microsoft.Graph.* -Scope CurrentUser

Some basic testing

Connect-MgGraph -Scopes -NoWelcome
Get-MgUser -UserId

Or you can simply use my M365PSProfile Module - find the Documentation here:

Install-PSResource -Name M365PSProfile

Andres Bohren

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