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Working with Azure AD schema extensions in Graph PowerShell

Schema extensions enable to store extended custom data directly to objects in Azure AD. This article describes how to access data we defined and added in Introducing user schema extensions in Delegate365 with the Microsoft Graph PowerShell module.

Introducing user schema extensions in Delegate365

The current version of Delegate365 adds a new feature: Schema extensions for users. Schema extensions allow to add custom data to Azure AD objects. In Delegate365, administrators can use the Delegate365 schema extension feature to add custom properties to a user. Find out, how you can use the user schema extension in Delegate365 here.

Delegate365 changelog 9.2-improvements

The next version of Delegate365 is here. Delegate365 v9.2 follows the last update v9.1. This update includes a bunch of helpful features and improvements such as SharePoint sites management, Group OU improvements, report improvements, a new message trace job and more. See a description of the new features here.

Delegate365-Goodbye, Basic Authentication

Delegate365 provides a toolbox for easy management of a Microsoft 365 tenant. Management ranges from Exchange Online to Azure AD, SharePoint Online, Reporting and Intune. Delegate365 communicates with the Microsoft 365 services via apps and Modern Authentication, wherever possible. However, a service account had to be used for some Exchange features and the multi-factor authentication management. This will change with the next versions.

Delegate365-Working with guest users

Delegate365 supports working with guest users. Guest users or external users are users that are invited to the company tenant by email. Once they accept the invitation, they get access to corporate resources. For example, a guest user can be a member of a Microsoft team or collaborate in Planner or in a SharePoint site or similar. See some samples here.

Delegate365 changelog 9.2-Group OUs

Delegate365 allows the separation of logical units with the OU concept. Every admin only sees his own objects. Group OU´s allow administrators to add users from other organizational units to their managed groups without having access to manage those users. Until now, when using Group OUs, the domains had to be added to the administrators. That has now been changed with this version.