List runs

Namespace: microsoft.graph

Get a list of the attack simulation automation runs for a tenant.

This API is available in the following national cloud deployments.

Global service US Government L4 US Government L5 (DOD) China operated by 21Vianet

Permissions

Choose the permission or permissions marked as least privileged for this API. Use a higher privileged permission or permissions only if your app requires it. For details about delegated and application permissions, see Permission types. To learn more about these permissions, see the permissions reference.

Permission type Least privileged permissions Higher privileged permissions
Delegated (work or school account) AttackSimulation.Read.All Not available.
Delegated (personal Microsoft account) Not supported. Not supported.
Application AttackSimulation.Read.All Not available.

HTTP request

GET /security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/{simulationAutomationId}/runs

Optional query parameters

This method supports the $count, $skipToken, $top, and $select OData query parameters to help customize the response.

If the result set spans multiple pages, the response body contains an @odata.nextLink that you can use to page through the result set.

The following are examples of their use:

GET /security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/{simulationAutomationId}/runs?$count=true
GET /security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/{simulationAutomationId}/runs?$skipToken={skipToken}
GET /security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/{simulationAutomationId}/runs?$top=1
GET /security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/{simulationAutomationId}/runs?$select={property}

Request headers

Name Description
Authorization Bearer {token}. Required. Learn more about authentication and authorization.

Request body

Don't supply a request body for this method.

Response

If successful, this method returns a 200 OK response code and a collection of simulationAutomationRun objects in the response body.

Examples

Request

The following is an example of a request.

GET https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/security/attackSimulation/simulationAutomations/fbad62b0-b32d-b6ac-9f48-d84bbea08f96/runs

Response

The following example shows the response.

Note: The response object shown here might be shortened for readability.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/json

{
  "value": [
    {
      "@odata.type": "#microsoft.graph.simulationAutomationRun",
      "id": "ac4936a5-3865-a0ec-7254-67a22f6121e2",
      "status": "succeeded",
      "startDateTime": "2021-01-01T02:01:01.01Z",
      "endDateTime": "2021-01-01T02:01:01.01Z",
      "simulationId": "bc4936a5-3865-a0ec-7254-67a22f6121e2"
    }
  ]
}