Manage administrative units in Azure AD

Updated: July 30, 2015

Applies To: Azure, Azure Active Directory, Office 365, Windows Intune

Manage administrative units

Use the following cmdlets to perform a variety of tasks related to administrative units and administrative unit membership, including adding a user to an administrative unit, creating or removing administrative units.

   

Add-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember

The Add-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember —Āmdlet is used to add a member to an administrative unit.

Add-MsolScopedRoleMember

The Add-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet is used to add a member to a role scoped to a specified administrative unit.

Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit

The Get-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet is used to retrieve administrative units from Azure AD.

Get-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember

The Get-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember cmdlet is used to retrieve all members of the specified administrative unit.

Get-MsolScopedRoleMember

The Get-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet is used to retrieve all members of the specified role that is scoped to a specified administrative unit.

New-MsolAdministrativeUnit

The New-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet is used to add a new administrative unit to Azure AD.

Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnit

The Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet is used to delete an administrative unit from Azure AD.

Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember

The Remove-MsolAdministrativeUnitMember cmdlet is used to remove a member from an administrative unit.

Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember

The Remove-MsolScopedRoleMember cmdlet is used to remove a user from a role scoped to a specified administrative unit.

Set-MsolAdministrativeUnit

The Set-MsolAdministrativeUnit cmdlet is used to update the properties of an administrative unit.

See Also

Concepts

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