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Monday, May 15 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
PowerShell and Intune - Automation in the Cloud! LIMITED

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Session Description:
Intune received an upgrade this year! With the new portal comes a new automation platform! See how you can use the new PowerShell Graph cmdlets to automate all things Intune! Do you need to move apps and policies from a dev environment to production? There's a PowerShell for that! Do you want to integrate Intune with your ticketing system? There's a PowerShell for that! Join us as we walk you through common real world automation scenarios to get the most out of your Intune experience!

What you will learn:
  • Automation scenarios with PowerShell and Intune
  • How to use the Graph API Cmdlets
  • What capabilities Intune has with PowerShell

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Ryan Ephgrave

Operations System Engineer, Wells Fargo
Ryan is the author of the Powershell Right Click Tools and Recast RCT Free for Configuration Manager 2012. He works as a systems engineer for Wells Fargo and helps organizations design, implement and maintain their System Center environments.
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Kim Oppalfens

Senior consultant, OSCC
Kim Oppalfens was awarded as an MVP 1st of April 2005, which makes him one of a couple of ConfigMgr April fool's MVP's. Kim is a self-proclaimed quiet, shy guy and overall nice guy, although part of that statement is currently under stress because of the evil influence of certain MVP's. As an industry expert Kim is a frequent speaker and ask-the-expert guest at both national and international events. He is the business owner of OSCC as well as a junior consultant (Titles at OSCC are given by age and Kim still feels he's a youngster). OSCC is a consultancy firm specializing in projects in the systems management area. OSCC focuses on project in the entire lifecycle of systems management. I blog... Read More →

Monday May 15, 2017 3:00pm - 4:45pm

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