Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember cmdlet in PowerShell removes a member from the administrative unit in Microsoft Office 365.
The syntax to remove a member from an administrative unit in the Azure Active Directory is given below.
Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember -AdministrativeUnitObjectId <Guid> [-AdministrativeUnitMemberObjectId <Guid>] [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]
In this article, we will discuss how to use the Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember cmdlet in PowerShell to remove a member from the administrative unit in Office 365.
How to Remove a Member from an Administrative Unit in Office 365
To remove a member from an administrative unit in Office 365 with PowerShell, use the Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet.
# Get the administrative unit from Azure Active Directory $AdministrativeUnit = Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit -SearchString "East Coast" # Get the MsolUser $User = Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName "[email protected]" # Remove a member to the administrative unit Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember -AdministrativeUnitObjectId $AdministrativeUnit.ObjectId -AdministrativeUnitMemberObjectId $User.ObjectId
The Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet in PowerShell gets an administrative unit that matches the search string “East Coast” and stores the administrative unit in the
The Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember command removes the user in
$User from the administrative Unit in the
$AdministrativeUnit. Both variables are identified by ObjectId.
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