The Get-MsolUserRole cmdlet in PowerShell gets the administrator roles to which a user belongs in Microsoft Office 365. This command returns roles that the user is a member of through security group membership.
The syntax to get administrator roles to which a user belongs in Azure Active Directory is given below.
Get-MsolUserRole -ObjectId <Guid> -UserPrincipalName <String> [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]
In this article, we will discuss how to get all of the administrator roles to which the specified user belongs using the Get-MsolUserRole cmdlet in PowerShell.
How to Get Administrator Roles a User belongs in
To get administrator roles a user belongs to in Office 365, use the Get-MsolUserRole command with the
-UserPrincipalName parameter. The
-UserPrincipalName parameter is used to specify the user principal name of the user to retrieve roles for.
Get-MsolUserRole -UserPrincipalName "[email protected]"
This command retrieves all administrator roles that the user with the user principal name “[email protected]” belongs to.
I hope the above article on how to use the Get-MsolUserRole cmdlet in PowerShell to retrieve the administrator roles for the users is a member of in Azure Active Directory is helpful to you.
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