Easily exporting Intune reports using Microsoft Graph

This week a short blog post about Intune reports and more specifically about exporting Intune reports by using Microsoft Graph. Since recently, all reports that are available in the (new) Intune reporting infrastructure are available for export. That export can be achieved from a single top-level export API. Simply use Microsoft Graph API to make the required HTTP call(s). The result of the HTTP call(s) will be a downloadable ZIP-file that contains a CSV-file. That CSV-file contains an export of the latest real-time information and can be imported in EXCEL for some simple data analyses, or in Power BI for more advanced data analyses and visualizations. In this post I’ll show how to use Microsoft Graph to export Intune reports and I’ll show the results …

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Super easy start with reporting and the Intune Data Warehouse

This week is all about creating awareness for the reporting capabilities of Microsoft Intune. An often heard request. An introduction to the recently introduced Intune Data Warehouse and how easy it can be used to build reports that provide insight into the Intune environment. The Intune Data Warehouse provides access to more information about the Intune environment than the Azure portal. With the Intune Data Warehouse it’s possible to access historical Intune data, data refreshed on a daily cadence and a data model using the OData standard. In this blog post I’ll show how to easily connect to the Intune Data Warehouse, using two different methods, and I’ll end this post with the end result after connecting. Requirements Before starting with creating the connection to …

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