Microsoft Graph or Azure AD Graph

Howdy folks, We’ve seen a few posts recently on Stack Overflow from developers asking whether they should be using Microsoft Graph (graph.microsoft.com) vs Azure AD Graph (graph.windows.net).  So we thought we’d provide some guidance, as well as a bit of a roadmap to clarify things, for new and existing developers who require directory-based features. In…

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Azure AD will now record consent for mobile client apps

We’ll be rolling out an update to the way that we record consent grants in the coming weeks. With this change, we will start to centrally record consent given by users to mobile or native client apps (like applications on mobile devices like laptops, PCs, iOS and Android) that access Microsoft APIs (like Microsoft Graph, Office 365…

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New graph API consent permissions

Today we’re glad to announce a few updates to our Azure AD Graph API permission scopes.  Some of these new permission scopes can be consented by non-admin users, enabling greater reach for your applications.  This is something the team is really excited about.  The new permission scopes In addition to the four existing permission scopes (the…

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Announcing the preview of Domain Management API

Hi all, It is my pleasure to announce the availability of the Domain Management Preview feature in the beta version of Azure AD Graph API. Domain Management allows you to add, verify, update and remove domains associated with your Azure AD tenant. This article shows you how to add a new domain (contoso.com) to an…

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Graph API updates: api-version=1.6 and a new Graph client library

Api-version 1.6 The Azure AD Graph team is very pleased to announce the availability of the next version of Azure AD Graph REST API, api-version=1.6. There are no major changes from 1.5 to 1.6. So you might ask why we’ve revved the version here.  In March of this year, we made some changes to the 1.5…

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Graph Explorer gets a new look

Folks, You may have noticed that Graph Explorer looks a little different these days.  We’ve made a few alterations and changes, together with a new improved UI, and we hope to put the source code on Github pretty soon.  The main changes that you’ll see are: Graph Explorer requires users to consent to allow it access…

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Announcing the preview of Graph Reports and Events API

We’re pleased to announce that Activity and Events Reporting data is now available, in preview, through the Azure AD Graph API.   You may have seen some of this information already surfaced through the Azure Management Portal, under the Reports tab in the Active Directory extension.  These reports and activity logs are now also available to…

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New interactive documentation for Azure AD Graph API

Folks, We wanted to point your attention to some great new documentation for Graph API that we’ve just lit up on MSDN here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/Library/Azure/Ad/Graph/api/api-catalog.  Now you can interactively try out some of our operations (currently only on user and group entities, and the “me” alias) and see the requests and responses inline, right there within the online documentation! What’s…

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Full Text Search Capabilities in Azure AD Graph API (preview)

The Azure AD Graph team is pleased to announce the public preview of full text search capabilities. Until now, searching AAD entities was limited to $filter searches and had a number of limitations developers found constraining. With this preview functionality we add more powerful search mechanisms to the AAD Graph. What this enables In this…

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Graph API versioning and the new beta version

Folks, We wanted to provide a few details on our API versioning strategy and our contract with application developers who consume our APIs (and client libraries).  This became a concern recently when a change on the REST API (addition of the new alternativeSignInNamesInfo collection on the User entity) lead to a break in our Azure…

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