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Highlights from the GA of the Intune APIs in Microsoft Graph

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On Wednesday we announced that the Microsoft Intune APIs being surfaced through Microsoft Graph have been moved from “preview” to Generally Available. We are really excited about this milestone, and we look forward to learning how to make it even better as you give us feedback and direction on the way you want to use the APIs.

 

The easiest way to describe Microsoft Graph is to think of it as the new API for our services.  If you are looking for a command line interface (CLI) or the APIs to build your own custom administrative console for the Office 365 or EMS services, the Microsoft Graph is what you will use.

 

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Read about it in the Enterprise Mobility + Security blog.

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