Microsoft Graph get users

This post get you the complete code for getting the user from Microsoft Graph. You will find a link, Get a user. In order to achieve this, you need another link. The following code combine the code from the 2 links and print out the user display name.

The clientId is the id you need to get from your Azure Active directory, App registration.

public static async Task Run()



    string clientId = 00000000-0000-0000-00000000000000000″;

    var scopes = new List<string>() { “User.ReadBasic.All” }.ToArray();

    IPublicClientApplication clientApplication = InteractiveAuthenticationProvider.CreateClientApplication(clientId);

    InteractiveAuthenticationProvider authProvider = new InteractiveAuthenticationProvider(clientApplication, scopes);


    GraphServiceClient graphClient = new GraphServiceClient(authProvider);

    var users = await graphClient.Users


    .Select(e => new








    foreach (var user in users)







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