Get all Application Proxy apps published with no certificate uploaded

This PowerShell script example lists all Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Application Proxy apps that are using custom domains but do not have a valid TLS/SSL certificate uploaded.

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Note

We recommend that you use the Azure Az PowerShell module to interact with Azure. See Install Azure PowerShell to get started. To learn how to migrate to the Az PowerShell module, see Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to Az.

Azure Cloud Shell

Azure hosts Azure Cloud Shell, an interactive shell environment that you can use through your browser. You can use either Bash or PowerShell with Cloud Shell to work with Azure services. You can use the Cloud Shell preinstalled commands to run the code in this article, without having to install anything on your local environment.

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This sample requires the AzureAD V2 PowerShell for Graph module (AzureAD) or the AzureAD V2 PowerShell for Graph module preview version (AzureADPreview).

Sample script

# This sample script gets all Azure AD Application Proxy applications using custom domain with no certificate.
#
# This script requires PowerShell 5.1 (x64) and one of the following modules:
#     AzureAD 2.0.2.52
#     AzureADPreview 2.0.2.53
#
# Before you begin:
#    Run Connect-AzureAD to connect to the tenant domain.
#    Required Azure AD role: Global Administrator or Application Administrator or Application Developer

Write-Host "Reading service principals. This operation might take longer..." -BackgroundColor "Black" -ForegroundColor "Green"

$aadapServPrinc = Get-AzureADServicePrincipal -Top 100000 | where-object {$_.Tags -Contains "WindowsAzureActiveDirectoryOnPremApp"}  

Write-Host "Reading Azure AD applications. This operation might take longer..." -BackgroundColor "Black" -ForegroundColor "Green"

$allApps = Get-AzureADApplication -Top 100000 

Write-Host "Reading application. This operation might take longer..." -BackgroundColor "Black" -ForegroundColor "Green"

$aadapApp = $aadapServPrinc | ForEach-Object { $allApps -match $_.AppId} 

Write-Host "Displaying custom domain Azure AD Application Proxy applications with no uploaded certificates..." -BackgroundColor "Black" -ForegroundColor "Green"
Write-Host " "

foreach ($item in $aadapApp) { 

    $tempApps = Get-AzureADApplicationProxyApplication -ObjectId $item.ObjectId

    If ($tempApps.ExternalUrl -notmatch ".msappproxy.net") {

     If ($tempApps.VerifiedCustomDomainCertificatesMetadata -notmatch "class") {

       $aadapServPrinc[$aadapApp.IndexOf($item)].DisplayName + " (AppId: " + $aadapServPrinc[$aadapApp.IndexOf($item)].AppId + ")"; 

       $tempApps | select ExternalUrl,InternalUrl,ExternalAuthenticationType, VerifiedCustomDomainCertificatesMetadata | fl

     }
   }
}   

Write-Host ("")
Write-Host ("Finished.") -BackgroundColor "Black" -ForegroundColor "Green"
Write-Host ("") 

Script explanation

Command Notes
Get-AzureADServicePrincipal Gets a service principal.
Get-AzureADApplication Gets an Azure AD application.
Get-AzureADApplicationProxyApplication Retrieves an application configured for Application Proxy in Azure AD.

Next steps

For more information on the Azure AD PowerShell module, see Azure AD PowerShell module overview.

For other PowerShell examples for Application Proxy, see Azure AD PowerShell examples for Azure AD Application Proxy.