Get-SPOAppInfo | SharePoint Online | PowerShell

During SharePoint Online discussion a question popped up “How to get all installed application information in SharePoint Online?” a simple answer is Get-SPOAppInfo cmdlet! But, wait we are partially correct but read this documentation https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp161398.aspx. The below image illustrates the parameters of Get-SPOAppInfo both set to be false and it’s not $TRUE – This cmdlet needs either Name or Product ID! So, we can’t use this cmdlet to retrieve all the apps installed in the given Tenant!

Issue:

So we can Get installed apps information by using below

Enough! We are not going to use this. Let’s use Client Side Object Model in PowerShell and solve the issue.

Output

Code:

Bit more to organize it, we can use PSObject!

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Chen V

I am a SharePoint 2010 IT Pro. My area of interests are Workflows, Automation, Office 365 , Identity and Access Management, PowerShell and Windows Servers.

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