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Announcing backward compatibility with Microsoft Graph PowerShell v2.19

Announcing backward compatibility with Microsoft Graph PowerShell v2.19

Microsoft has announced the release of version 2.19 of their graphical PowerShell module, which includes backward compatibility support to fix some of the issues that users experienced with the previous versions. Specifically, this release addresses issues that were encountered with versions 2.17 and 2.18 of the module. This update enables users to continue using the PowerShell module for Microsoft Graph without any interruptions and to take advantage of the new features that come with the updated version. For more information, refer to the original announcement post on the Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.

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