Last week I posted the first version of my Intune Application Deployment Overview script. This script exported device deployment information from Intune through the Graph API to a CSV file and a HTML file. The CSV file contained all the device deployment details and the HTML contained a summary of the deployment status for all applications. You can find this first post here. This blogpost is build on top of this first blogpost, this blogpost describes the next version of this script. In this version I’ve added the user deployment information of Intune Application deployments. Before you continue I want to advise you to first read the first blogpost.
The last couple of weeks I toke some time to investigate the possibilities of the Microsoft Graph API with Intune and AzureAD. In this blogpost I want to share my results of these investigations. One of the big advantages of having Microsoft Intune on the ‘new’ platform is the availability of Microsoft Graph API. Through the Graph API you easily control Microsoft Intune. In this blogpost I want to focus on creating an Application Deployment overview for applications deployed with Microsoft Intune to your Windows 10 workstations. My goal was to create an overview of the applications with the following information: Number of deployments to devices and if they are successful or failed. And based on those numbers I wanted to have the percentage of successful and failed deployments.