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teams member, delete

Remove-TeamUser -GroupId 195e7e66-8dda-46e1-8ff2-ecfb2b787ba1 -User he@begone.com

where the ExternalDirectoryObjectId attribute of the team in question is what you use for GroupId



phone numbers

Get-CSOnlineUser | select name, UserPrincipalName, lineURI | ogv





teams, list

one way uses Get-UnifiedGroup

$teams = Get-UnifiedGroup | Where-Object {$_.WelcomeMessageEnabled -like "False"} | select Alias, ManagedByDetails

followed by

$teams | select DisplayName, Alias, Identity, ExternalDirectoryObjectId, ManagedBy, GroupType, AccessType, ExchangeGuid | ogv

The ExternalDirectoryObjectId attribute is important if you want to do something like remove team members

a newer, seemingly more straightforward way uses Get-Team

all teams teams, owners, members and guests in a tenant

<# generateListTeamsWithMembers.ps1
get all teams in a tenant along with each Team's owners, members and guests
Write 2 lists:
    1. Team info with associated arrays like owners, members, guests, channels concatenated for each team
    2. Minimal Team info with separate line for each Team member
If you felt ambitious, you could get all owners, guests & channels, too.

$teams = Get-Team | sort DisplayName
$teamsCount = $teams.count # 358
$teamsInfo = @() # one record for each Team
$teamsMemberInfo = @() # record for each member of a Team
$i = 0
foreach ($team in $teams) {
    $displayname = ($team.DisplayName)
    Write-Host "$i of $($teamsCount): $displayname" -ForegroundColor Green
    $groupid = $team.groupid
    $members = (Get-TeamUser -GroupId $groupid -Role Member).User
    $owners = (Get-TeamUser -GroupId $groupid -Role Owner).User
    $guests = (Get-TeamUser -GroupId $groupid-Role Guest).User
    $channels = Get-TeamChannel -GroupId $groupid
    $channelsDisplayNames = @()
    foreach ($channel in $channels) {
        $channelsDisplayNames += $channel.DisplayName
    # 1st custom object to store various properties of the Teams
    # but any properties with arrays (e.g.: members) will be concatenated, separated by spaces
    $teamsInfo += [pscustomobject]@{
        DisplayName = $displayname
        OwnerCount = $owners.Count
        Owner = ("$owners") # concatenates with spaces so it'll display properly when exporting to CSV
        MemberCount = $members.Count
        Members = ("$members")
        GuestCount = $guests.Count
        Guests = ("$guests")
        ChannelsCount = $channels.Count
        channels = $channelsDisplayNames -join ", "
        Description = $team.Description
        Visibility = $team.Visibility
        MailNickName = $team.MailNickName
        Archived = $team.Archived
        ID = $groupid}
    $j = 0
    foreach ($member in $members) {
        # 2nd custom object with separate record for each member for the Teams
        $teamsMemberInfo += [ pscustomobject]@{
            DisplayName = $displayname
            ID = $groupid
            MemberCount = "'$displayname': $j of $($members.Count)"
            Member = $member}
    # uncomment below when testing
    if ($i -gt 5) {break}
# show these two lists of team information in OutGrid-View
$teamsInfo | ogv
$teamsMemberInfo | ogv
$dir = [environment]::getfolderpath("mydocuments")
# export these two lists of team information to CSV
$docName = "$($dir)/teams"
$path="$($docName)_$((Get-Date -format yyyy-MMM-dd-ddd` hh-mm` tt).ToString()).csv"
$teamsInfo | /span> Sort-Object DisplayName | Export-Csv $path -Encoding UTF8 -NoTypeInformation
$docName = "$($dir)/teamsWithMembers"
$path="$($docName)_$((Get-Date-format yyyy-MMM-dd-ddd` hh-mm` tt).ToString()).csv"
$teamsMemberInfo | Sort-Object DisplayName | Export-Csv $path -Encoding UTF8 -NoTypeInformation




wild card search

Teams search is retarded in that the purported wildcard only works for stuff at the beginning; if the string you're looking for is somewhere in the middle, forget it. The code below works around this.

$match = "Tech"
$AzureGroups = Get-AzureADmsGroup -All 100000 | ? {$_.Grouptypes -ne ""} | select ID,DisplayName,GroupTypes | Sort DisplayName
foreach ($azGroup in $AzureGroups)
    $DisplayName = $azGroup.DisplayName
    if ($DisplayName -match $match)
        #ID = $azGroup.ID
        DisplayName = $DisplayName
        GroupTypes = $azGroup.GroupTypes