The set of permissions consented for the Microsoft Graph Explorer allows the app to run Graph API requests. Over time, the set of Graph Explorer permissions can accumulate to a point where the app is overly permissioned. That can be a bad thing because you might overlook the need for an app to have consent for a permission to run successfully. In this article, we look at how to remove permissions from the Graph Explorer.
The Microsoft Graph continues to grow in importance, as do tools like the Graph Explorer web application. The Explorer has received a couple of new and useful features recently, including the generation of PowerShell code snippets. This doesn’t work for every Graph API, but it’s a start and a great enhancement to what’s already a very useful tool.