Intune Management scenarios in PowerShell for IT Pros
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Tips and Tricks

  • Create TimeSpan objects using the New-TimeSpan cmdlet
  • Create DateTime or DateTimeOffset objects using the Get-Date cmdlet
  • If a parameter accepts an "Object" rather than a more specific type, use the documentation to identify what type of object it requires. For example, if the documentation says that a parameter represents a property of type "microsoft.graph.mobileApp" or "microsoft.graph.deviceConfiguration", use the "New-MobileAppObject" or "New-DeviceConfigurationObject" cmdlets to create the respective objects.