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Change the token lifetime of an Azure AD application

Azure AD allows to configure custom token lifetime policies for the access and refresh tokens. In your tenant you might have the token lifetime policy set to 1 hour for...

Working with users using the Yammer REST API and PowerShell

In this post I would like to go through some of the endpoints in the Yammer REST API handling user profiles in a network.

Manage the group memberships using the Yammer REST API and PowerShell

This post will show how to use the Yammer REST API for managing the group memberships of a group. You can find the documentation of the Yammer REST API here....

Get all Yammer users through the Yammer REST API with PowerShell

The Yammer REST Api allows you to return users through the interface described here. A call to that API returns a batch of 50 users. You need to call multiple...

Working with groups using the Yammer REST API and PowerShell

The Yammer REST API is well documented here. On the other hand, you might miss some documentation regarding some endpoints on that page. For example, there is no notion about...

Get all Yammer messages through the Yammer REST API with PowerShell

The Yammer REST Api allows you to return messages through the interface described here. A call to that API returns a batch of 20 messages that can be limited to...

Create a custom connector with an OpenAPI definition (aka Swagger) from an ASP.NET Core solution

You can download the source code for this series directly from my GitHub repository. The name of this sample project is 02. CustomConnectorSwagger.

Create a custom connector that accesses an anonymous REST API

You can download the source code for this series directly from my GitHub repository. The name of this sample project is 01. SimpleRESTApi.

How do I create a custom connector for Microsoft Flow and PowerApps?

With this blog series, I am to provide you examples on how to build your custom connectors for Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. You can find the official documentation provided by...

Return the Office 365 Groups' connected services through PowerShell

The introduction of Office 365 Groups is improving the way Microsoft 365 services are linked together and how the permissions are handled for them. On top of that, you get...

Return all Office 365 Groups without owners

Office 365 Groups are a great way to give a group of people access to a collection of collaboration resources. This feature is extensively used for Office 365 resources such...

Connect to SharePoint Online using PNP-PowerShell

The PNP-PowerShell is a library of PowerShell commands that allows you to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions towards SharePoint. I see these commands as a valuable extension to...