It is always important as an Intune admin to have an overview of the environment. Intune offers a lot of reports but as we all know you don’t look into them every day. Isn’t it easier to get a daily or weekly message in Teams and see the top failed app installation. I have already released some blogs with the topic of detecting anomalies in Intune with the help of cognitive services. In this blog I want to show you how to send a report that is already available in Intune to Teams using Azure Automation.
How did we get the data
In the reports in the app menu, there is exactly this overview that we need. We can see here the top 3 failed installations.
The question is how do we get this information?
With the help of an network trace in the browser we can see which graph endpoint is called. Since this is a POST call we still need the body that we have to send with this call. In the call we see that it called for the top 50 failed app installations but we want the top 5 so we adjust the body a bit.
This is all the information we need so let’s get started.
Get Teams WebHook URL
- Create an MS Teams channel and add the webhook connector
- Copy the WebHook URL
Create a App Registration
- Search for Azure Active Directory
- Select App registration
- Select +New registration
- Enter a Name and click Register
- Click API permissions and +Add a permission
- Select Microsoft Graph
- Select Application permissions
- Search for DeviceManagementApps.Read.All
- Click Grant admin consent for *** and approve with Yes
- Select Certificates & secrets and click +New client secret
- Enter a Description and select a Expires time
- Click Add
- Copy and save the Value and the Secret ID
Create Automation Account
- Search for Automation Accounts
- Click + Create
- Select a Subscription and a Resource group
- Enter and account name and select a Region
- Click Next
- Click Next
- Click Next -> Next -> Create
Create the Runbook
- Open the Automation Account
- Navigate to Variables and click + Add a variable
- Add the Secret Value, TenantId, WebHookUri and the App ID as Variable
- Select Runbooks
- Click + Create a runbook
- Enter a Name
- Select PowerShell as Runbook type
- Select 5.1 as Runtime version
- Click Create
- Insert the Script from my Github repository
- Save and test the script
- Click Publish
- Navigate to Schedules and click + Add a schedule
- Click Link to schedule and add the created schedule
I hope I could help you with this blog to explain how you can build another monitoring for your Intune conversion. If you have more ideas about monitoring capabilities then let me know and I’ll be happy to create a blog post about this.
Stay healthy, Cheers