All posts in category AzureAD

Backup AzureAD Conditional Access Policies – a different approach

Backing up AAD Conditional Access policies is relatively straightforward with Get-AzureADMSConditionalAccessPolicy cmdlet (don’t forget to update your AzureAD module if the cmdlet is not recognized). In this post, I want to share my own backup “solution” which can detect changes based on the previously exported settings. TL;DR– Ensure you have appropriate permissions to read AAD […]

Grant admin consent to an AzureAD application via PowerShell

Recently, I was scripting an Azure App registration workflow and had some headaches figuring out how to grant admin consent to the application with PowerShell. Actually, if AzureCLI is installed you can use the following command: az ad app permission admin-consent –id <application id> However, I wanted to find some native PowerShell-way to solve this […]

Querying AzureAD App registration credential expiration

Recently, I came across an interesting post on monitoring Azure AD App registration expiration – link here. I made a simplified version which only generates a report on the expiration date of each credential. TL;DRRunning the script below will list each credential for AzureAD app registrations sorted by expiration date. To run the script, ensure […]

Bug in Get-AzureMSConditionalAccessPolicy cmdlet?

Recently, I found an excellent blogpost on how to back up AzureAD Conditional Access policies (link) using the new AzureAD PowerShell module and decided to create my own when I encountered a little bug… TL;DRInstead of using ToJson() method use ConvertTo-Json cmdlet on the objects returned by Get-AzureMSConditionalAccessPolicy. ExplainedI was trying to create my own […]

Retrieve Bitlocker keys stored in AzureAD with PowerShell

Bitlocker keys can be stored in Active Directory and in Azure Active Directory too – but querying the latter is a bit trickier than usual. The following script will export all Bitlocker recovery keys (from your Azure Active Directory tenant) to an HTML table. TL;DR1. Ensure that you meet the following prerequisites: – you have […]