In this Azure PowerShell article, we will discuss the syntax and usage of the Add-AzADGroupMember PowerShell command with certain examples.
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This PowerShell command can help you to add members to an Azure AD group.
Below is the syntax of the Add-AzADGroupMember PowerShell command.
Add-AzADGroupMember -TargetGroupObjectId <String> -MemberObjectId <String>
Let’s discuss an example of how to use the Add-AzADGroupMember PowerShell command.
You can execute the below Azure PowerShell command to add a member to a specified Azure AD group.
Add-AzADGroupMember -TargetGroupObjectId "d7496713-3252-4601-afa8-d3d8b86dea72" -MemberObjectId "c2df0bca-215e-4144-bfd1-807be7ddf81d"
After executing the above Azure PowerShell command, I got the below expected output and the member has been added to the Azure AD group successfully.
Now, to cross check, I have executed the Get-AzADGroupMember PowerShell command to see if the member has been added to the Azure AD group successfully. Checkout the below screenshot.
Add-AzADGroupMember PowerShell – Video Tutorial
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