I was recently creating a script that would need to connect to Microsoft Teams using Managed Identity in an Azure Automation Runbook. I used the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module and tried out a few routes before being succesful. In this blog post I’ll share my findings and the steps I took to get it working.
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Microsoft Teams PowerShell is a powerful automation tool that can help you manage and automate Microsoft Teams. With this tool, you can quickly configure and deploy teams with pre-defined settings, create custom policies for managing team membership, control access to resources within the team, and more. Additionally, you can use it to perform bulk operations on multiple teams at once or even set up automated processes such as creating users or adding members to teams based on certain criteria. This makes it an ideal solution for businesses of all sizes who need to streamline their management of Microsoft Teams across their organization.
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