The Remove-MsolGroupMember command in PowerShell removes a member from a security group in Office 365. This member can be either a user or a group.
The syntax to remove a member from the specific security group in Office 365 is given below.
Remove-MsolGroupMember -GroupObjectId <Guid> [-GroupMemberType <GroupMemberType>] [-GroupMemberObjectId <Guid>] [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]
In this article, we will discuss how to use the Remove-MsolGroupMember cmdlet in PowerShell to remove a member from the Office 365 group.
How to Remove a User from a Group in Office 365
To remove a user from a Group in Office 365, use the Remove-MsolGroupMember cmdlet. This command uses the
-GroupObjectId to specify the groupId. The
-GroupMemberObjectId parameter specifies userId and the
-GroupMemberType parameter specifies the User type.
# Get the User $User = Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName "[email protected]" # Get the Group object in Office 365 $Group = Get-MsolGroup -ObjectId "008f363f-5b3a-4899-8004-a2d140426802" # Add a new user to the security group Remove-MsolGroupMember -GroupObjectId $Group.ObjectId -GroupMemberObjectId $User.ObjectId -GroupMemberType User
In this example, the Remove-MsolGroupMember cmdlet removes a user with a user principal name “[email protected]” from the group in Office 365.
I hope the above article on how to use the Remove-MsolGroupMember cmdlet in PowerShell to remove a member from the security group in Office 365 is helpful to you.
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