Set-AzureADDevice

In this Azure article, we will discuss the syntax and usage of the Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell command with an example of how to use this command. I will execute this command and show you the output with screenshots.

Set-AzureADDevice

This is a very good PowerShell command to update the details of your device in the Azure AD.

Syntax

Find the below syntax of the Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell command.

Set-AzureADDevice -ObjectId <String> [-DisplayName <String>]

Let’s discuss an example of how to use the Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell command.

Example

You can execute the below PowerShell command to update the Display name of the TsInfo device to a new Display name TsInfo New device.

Set-AzureADDevice -ObjectId a34dad44-3e2f-4aff-a84b-3027bad701b4 -DisplayName 'TsInfo New device'

After executing the above command, I got the below output as expected.

Set-AzureADDevice

To cross-check that the Display name of the device has been changed successfully, I have executed the Get-AzureADDevice PowerShell command to retrieve the device details. I can able to see the Display name of the device has been changed successfully.

Get-azureaddevice PowerShell

Similarly, you can change the DeviceObjectVersion, DeviceOSType, and all other properties. You can use the Remove-AzureADDevice PowerShell command to remove any unnecessary device in your Azure AD.

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Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell – Video Tutorial

Check out a video tutorial on the Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell command.

Final Thoughts

In this Azure PowerShell article, we discussed the syntax and usage of the Set-AzureADDevice PowerShell command with an example of how to use this command. Thanks for reading this article !!!.