The Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet in PowerShell removes a user from an administrative unit-scoped role in Microsoft Office 365.
The syntax to remove a member of the role who is granted that role over an administrative unit is given below.
Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember -RoleObjectId <Guid> -AdministrativeUnitObjectId <Guid> [-RoleMemberObjectId <Guid>] [-RoleMemberUserPrincipalName <String>] [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]
In this article, we will discuss how to use the Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet in PowerShell to remove a member from an administrator role that is scoped to the administrative unit in Azure Active Directory.
How to Remove a Member from an Administrative Unit-Scoped Role in Office 365
To remove a member from an administrative unit-scoped role in Office 365, use the Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet in PowerShell with the
-RoleObjectId parameter specifies the unique ID of the role from which to remove members. The
-AdministrativeUnitObjectId parameter specifies the unique object ID of the administrative unit.
# Get the East Coast Administrative unit $eastcoastAU = Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit -SearchString "East Coast" # Get the user belongs to User Administrator Role $UserAdmin = Get-MsolRole -RoleName "User Administrator" # Get the user $user = Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName "[email protected]" # Get members of the User Administrator role that is scoped to the administrative unit Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember -RoleObjectId $UserAdmin.ObjectId -AdministrativeUnitObjectId $eastcoastAU.ObjectId -RoleMemberObjectId $user.ObjectId
This command removes the user “[email protected]” from the “User Administrator” role scoped for the administrative unit named “East Coast“.
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