As an administrator, it is always good to keep an eye on your Intune status. In this blog I would like to show you how you can display the current status with the help of a small PowerShell script.
How does it work
It really works quite easy what you need are only 5 different graph calls to read out the status. Let’s take a closer look at these calls:
With this call you get an output of numbers concerning the compliance state of your devices
With this call you get an output of numbers concerning the number of enrolled devices and their platform. Interesting here is that we see Linux and ChromeOs.
This graph call shows you the current status of the Windows Store for Business connector.
This graph call shows you the last autopilot sync and its status
With this query you can see the status of Windows Defender For Endpoint
How did I find these calls
The outstanding Browser add-on Graph X-Ray created by Eunice, Dhruv, Clement, Monica & @merill make the finding of the needed Graph call really easy . All you have to do is install the browser add on and switch to developer mode of your browser. Here you will get a list of all graph calls that are executed when loading a page.
How can you get the final Script
You can find the script in my git hub repository. What you need to do is download the script and run it locally. The first time you run it you will be asked for the UPN of an administrator. Enter the UPN and authenticate yourself on your tenant.
After that you will get the following output:
Of course, you can send this output every day via email or teams, or you can develop a logic to detect if something is broken and send a notification if this is the case. It is also possible to display more connectors or other information’s. I hope I could explain to you with this script how you can get such information and how you can output it.
Stay healthy, Cheers
You can also download my script from the PowerShell Gallery:
Install-Script -Name Get-IntuneStatus