Sets a group for the users who must not be tracked by Rights Management.


   -EmailAddress <String>



This cmdlet from the AADRM module is now deprecated. After July 15, 2020, this cmdlet name will be supported only as an alias to its replacement in the AIPService module.

For more information, see the overview page.

The Set-AadrmDoNotTrackUserGroup cmdlet sets a group for your Azure Rights Management service when you use document tracking and you have users who must not be tracked. This configuration might be needed for privacy requirements. For more information, see Privacy controls for your document tracking site.

If this cmdlet has been run before, running it again overwrites the group that was set previously. You can set only one group, but it can contain nested groups.

You must use PowerShell to set this group so that users are not tracked; you cannot do this configuration by using a management portal.


Example 1

PS C:\>Set-AadrmDoNotTrackUserGroup -EmailAddress ""

This command sets a group that has the email address of for the Contoso organization so that users in that group will not be tracked with the document tracking feature.



Specifies the email address of the group whose members will be exempt from being tracked with the document tracking feature.

You can specify a group that contains individual users, or nested groups. The email address must be a valid group email address that already exists in the organization.

Note: Global administrators can always track the activities of these members.

Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False