Get Intune and Endpoint policies using PowerShell

Recently, I wrote an article about how to use PowerShell to connect to Intune and Microsoft Endpoint Manager. You’ll find it here:

Intune connection PowerShell script

Having a script that just connects to Intune doesn’t achieve a whole lot now does it? It’s now time to put that connection script to good use.

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I’ve created another script, that once connected to Intune will allow you to display all the policy names you have configure in both Intune and Endpoint Manager as shown above. You can find that script here:

https://github.com/directorcia/Office365/blob/master/intune-policy-get.ps1

You’ll need to use my script to connect to Intune first. Once you have you can run the second script.

Although these scripts don’t do a huge amount, they will help you hopefully more easily connect to Intune with PowerShell and understand how you can also use PowerShell to work with information in both Intune and Endpoint Manager.

I’ll work on more advanced scripts for Intune and Endpoint that I’ll share in the future. However, this should hopefully get you up and running with automating device management in Microsoft 365.

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