Retrieving all Hybrid AAD joined Devices

When starting a pilot for Hybrid Azure AD join, it can be useful to keep track of the number of devices that currently are already Hybrid Azure AD joined.

The most straight-forward way to do so is within the GUI of the Azure AD portal:

However, when used for reporting or other reasons, a scripted solution often is a better fit. The below PowerShell snippet returns all devices that are:

  • Known in Azure AD
  • Joined in a local domain
  • Running Windows 10

A requirement to run this script is being connected to Azure AD by using Connect-AzureAD for instance.

Get-AzureADDevice -All $true |Where-Object {($_.DeviceTrustType -eq "ServerAD") -and ($_.DeviceOSType -eq "Windows") -and ($_.DeviceOSVersion -like "10*")}

PowerShell Quicktip: list all Azure MFA-enabled users

Recently, I got a question from a customer to list all users that already enrolled in Azure MFA (through, for example, the url

The following PowerShell code lists all non-disabled users that already enrolled in Azure MFA:

Get-MsolUser -All | Where-Object {$_.StrongAuthenticationMethods -ne $null -and $_.BlockCredential -eq $False} | Select-Object UserPrincipalName

Selecting the right Subscription in PowerShell

When your organization has multiple Azure Subscriptions and you are entitled to work with them, selecting the correct subscription becomes an important thing to do.

Different approaches exist. I will have a look at the two most straight forward ones.

Using an argument to Connect-AzAccount

Connect-AzAccount holds specific attributes than can help you, namely SubscriptionName or SubscriptionId. If you know the Subscription name you want to connect to, issuing the following command directly connects to the correct subscription, after which you can start scripting:

Connect-AzAccount -SubscriptionName "Microsoft Partner Network"

To check to which subscription is linked, the command Get-AzContext can be issued.

Switching to another subscription in an active session

Switching to another Azure Subscription in an active session is also possible. This can be achieved by issuing the following command:

Set-AzContext -Subscription <subscription name> or <subscription id>

Useful PowerShell references