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Microsoft Identity Manager Office 365 Licensing PowerShell Management Agent Import Script. Supporting blog post is located here https://blog.darrenjrobinson.com/office365-licensing-management-agent-for-microsoft-identity-manager/
param (
$Username,
$Password,
$Credentials,
$OperationType,
[bool] $usepagedimport,
$pagesize
)
$DebugFilePath = "C:\PROGRA~1\MICROS~2\2010\SYNCHR~1\EXTENS~2\O365LicenseMA\Debug\Debugo365Lic.txt"
if(!(Test-Path $DebugFilePath))
{
$DebugFile = New-Item -Path $DebugFilePath -ItemType File
}
else
{
$DebugFile = Get-Item -Path $DebugFilePath
}
"Starting Import : " + (Get-Date) | Out-File $DebugFile -Append
# the default path to where the ADAL GraphAPI PS Module puts the Libs
Add-Type -Path 'C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\AzureADPreview\1.1.143.0\Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory.dll'
# Adding the AD library to your PowerShell Session.
# This is the tenant id of you Azure AD. You can use tenant name instead if you want.
# Your Azure tenant name
$tenantID = "customer.com.au"
$authString = "https://login.microsoftonline.com/$tenantID"
# The resource URI for your token.
$resource = "https://graph.windows.net/"
# This is the powershell common client id.
$client_id = "1950a258-227b-4e31-a9cf-717495945fc2"
# Create a client credential with the above common client id, username and password.
$creds = New-Object "Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory.UserCredential" `
-ArgumentList $username,$password
# Create a authentication context with the above authentication string.
$authContext = New-Object "Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory.AuthenticationContext" `
-ArgumentList $authString
# Acquire access token from server.
$authenticationResult = $authContext.AcquireToken($resource,$client_id,$creds)
# Use the access token to setup headers for your http request.
$authHeader = $authenticationResult.AccessTokenType + " " + $authenticationResult.AccessToken
$headers = @{"Authorization"=$authHeader; "Content-Type"="application/json"}
# Object Type (eg. Users, Groups, Contacts)
$object = "users"
# URI to get first 999 objects
$url = "https://graph.windows.net/{0}/$($object)?`$top=999&api-version=1.6"
# URI to page remainder of objects
$url2 = "$resource$tenantId/"
# Get the first 999 objects
$query = Invoke-RestMethod -Method Get -Headers @{
Authorization = $authenticationResult.CreateAuthorizationHeader()
'Content-Type' = "application/json"
} -Uri ($url -f $authenticationResult.TenantId)
# An Array for the retuned objects to go into
$tenantObjects = @()
# Add in our first 999 objects
$tenantObjects += $query.value
$moreObjects = $query
$query.value.Count
# Get all the remaining objects in 999 batches
if ($query.'odata.nextLink'){
$moreObjects.'odata.nextLink' = $query.'odata.nextLink'
do
{
$moreObjects = Invoke-RestMethod -Method Get -Headers @{
Authorization = $authenticationResult.CreateAuthorizationHeader()
'Content-Type' = "application/json"
} -Uri ($url2+$moreObjects.'odata.nextLink'+'&$top=999&api-version=1.6' -f $authenticationResult.TenantId)
$moreObjects.value.count
$tenantObjects += $moreObjects.value
$tenantObjects.Count
} while ($moreObjects.'odata.nextLink')
}
ForEach($user in $tenantObjects)
{
$obj = @{}
$obj.Add("ID", $user.objectId)
$obj.Add("objectID", $user.objectId)
$obj.Add("objectClass", "user")
$obj.Add("userPrincipalName",$user.userPrincipalName)
$obj.Add("accountEnabled",$user.accountEnabled)
$obj.Add("displayName",$user.displayName)
$obj.Add("givenName",$user.givenName)
$obj.Add("surname",$user.surname)
$obj.Add("mail",$user.mail)
$provisionedPlans = @()
foreach($plan in $user.provisionedPlans) {
$provisionedPlans += $plan.service
}
$obj.Add("provisionedPlans",($provisionedPlans))
$assignedPlans = @()
foreach($assplan in $user.assignedPlans) {
$assignedPlans += $assplan.service
}
$obj.Add("assignedPlans",($assignedPlans))
$assignedLicenses = @()
foreach($license in $user.assignedLicenses) {
$assignedLicenses += $license.skuId
}
$obj.Add("assignedLicenses",($assignedLicenses))
# Pass the User Object to the MA
$user.userPrincipalName | Out-File $DebugFile -Append
$obj
}
# Licenses
$Licenses = Invoke-RestMethod -Method Get -Headers @{
Authorization = $authenticationResult.CreateAuthorizationHeader()
'Content-Type' = "application/json"
} -Uri ("https://graph.windows.net/{0}/subscribedSkus?api-version=1.6" -f $authenticationResult.TenantId)
ForEach($sku in $Licenses.value)
{
$obj2 = @{}
$obj2.Add("ID", $sku.objectId)
$obj2.Add("objectID", $sku.objectId)
$obj2.Add("objectClass", "LicensePlans")
$obj2.Add("capabilityStatus", $sku.capabilityStatus)
$obj2.Add("consumedUnits",$sku.consumedUnits)
$obj2.Add("enabled", $sku.prepaidUnits.enabled)
$obj2.Add("suspended", $sku.prepaidUnits.suspended)
$obj2.Add("warning", $sku.prepaidUnits.warning)
$obj2.Add("skuId", $sku.skuId)
$obj2.Add("skuPartNumber", $sku.skuPartNumber)
$obj2
}
#endregion
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mirsa3615 commented Dec 28, 2016

Hello darrenjrobinson,
I can't get all users from the tenant, Iget only the first 2000.
If I start the script manually, I have no error but if I start it in MIM I get a missing-anchor-value.
I changed only the TenantID and the default path to for the ADA
can you help please

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