Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a powerful tool for managing and securing user access to cloud resources. One of the key features of Azure AD is the ability to manage groups, which can be used to grant access to resources and applications.
In this blog post, we will show you how to import the Azure AD PowerShell module and use it to list all Azure AD groups, including some examples of how to export the group information.
First, let’s start by importing the Azure AD PowerShell module. To do this, open the PowerShell console and run the following command:
This command will import the Azure AD PowerShell module, which will give you access to a wide range of cmdlets for managing Azure AD.
Next, we will use the cmdlet
Get-AzureADGroup to list all Azure AD groups. This cmdlet returns a list of all groups in your Azure AD tenant, along with their properties such as group name, description, and member count.
You can filter the list of groups by using the
-Filter parameter. For example, you can use the following command to list all groups that have the word “Admin” in their name:
Get-AzureADGroup -Filter "displayName eq 'Admin*'"
Once you have a list of the groups you need, you can export the information to a CSV file using the
Export-Csv cmdlet. For example, the following command exports the list of groups to a CSV file named “AzureADGroups.csv”:
Get-AzureADGroup | Export-Csv -Path "AzureADGroups.csv" -NoTypeInformation
You can also export the group members by using the
Get-AzureADGroupMember command. The following command exports the list of members for a specific group to a CSV file named “GroupMembers.csv”
$group = Get-AzureADGroup -Filter "displayName eq '<groupname>'"
Get-AzureADGroupMember -ObjectId $group.ObjectId | Export-Csv -Path "GroupMembers.csv" -NoTypeInformation
In this blog post, we have shown you how to import the Azure AD PowerShell module and use it to list all Azure AD groups. We also provided some examples of how to export the group information to a CSV file, which can be useful for reporting and analysis. With the Azure AD PowerShell module, you have a powerful tool for managing and securing user access to cloud resources.
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