Azure AD groups for a specific device.
I’ve been to multiple customers that have asked me about how they can view which Azure AD groups a device is member of. Since there is no way of doing this in the Azure portal (as of March 2020), Hans Zeitler and I created a PowerShell script to do exactly that via Microsoft Graph.
I’ve been to multiple customers that have asked me about how they can view which Azure AD groups a device is member of.
Since there is no way of doing this in the Azure portal (as of March 2020), Hans Zeitler and I created a PowerShell script to do exactly that via Microsoft Graph.
I also created another script to export all your devices and their group membership to a file.
To run the scripts:
1. Download the scripts from GitHub – see link at the end of the script – to your own local script repository (e.g. C:\Scripts\)
2. Open PowerShell.exe
3. Edit the script you want to run and change the two variables which is also specified at the top of the script:
a. $scriptPath = <script folder path> # e.g. ‘C:\Scripts\’
b. $useraccount = <AAD user account> # e.g. ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’
“Get Group Membership for Specific Device.ps1”:
If you type the name of a non-existing device, you’ll be prompted to try again:
If you type the name of a device, that has multiple entries you’ll be prompted to copy/paste the id of the device you want to check.
“Get Group Membership of ALL Devices.ps1”:
You can download both scripts from my GitHub repository:
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