How to create a Developer Support Incident for an Azure Active Directory Graph API issue

The primary purpose of this post is to provide step by step instructions on how to create a support incident with Microsoft to address issues with programmatic access to the Graph API.   Support incidents created via the Azure Portal and other paid support mechanism such as a Premier support contract provide you with several advantages…


AAD Graph API Version 1.5 is now available

A new version of the Graph API has been released and is now available.  The MSDN documentation has been updated, documenting the new features.  Each graph API version now has a separate section in the MSDN that provides a general overview of the features within each.  Below are a few links to the version information…

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Using Fiddler to retrieve all of the users from a WAAD instance

The first step before you can submit any Graph request is to obtain an authorization token using the steps outlined in Using Fiddler to acquire a JWT ( JSON Web Token ) for use with the Graph API. Another way to retrieve an authorization token is to capture the fiddler traffic. For this exercise, follow…


Using Fiddler to acquire a JWT ( JSON Web Token ) for use with the Graph API

One of the things that our developer support team has been trying to figure out over the past few weeks is just how we can play with the new Windows Azure Active Directory Graph API without the overhead of visual studio or a console application.  We were already using Fiddler as a HTTP traffic sniffer…