In the last time I had more and more Intune projects. Like in any other projects at some point you should start documenting the implementation. This is taking a lot of time and often doesn’t reflect the real settings for a long time, because the settings were changed again. Therefore I created a documentation script, which will create a word file with all the necessary information in seconds. The document is at the moment not well formatted, but is perfect to copy the information to your concept.
- Configuration Policies
- Compliance Policies
- Device Enrollment Restrictions
- Terms and Conditions
- Applications (Only Assigned)
In the background I use the MS Graph API which is really helpful for such tasks.
Usage of Intune Documentation Script
Install-Module IntuneDocumentation Invoke-IntuneDocumentation -FullDocumentationPath c:\temp\IntuneDoc.docx
Install-Module Microsoft.Graph.Intune Install-Module PSWord
@Microsoftgraph for the PowerShell Examples: https://github.com/microsoftgraph/powershell-intune-samples
@guidooliveira for the PSWord Module, which enables the creation of the Word file. https://github.com/guidooliveira/PSWord
@mirkocolemberg for the help and testing of the script.
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