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(2019-07-11) Creating A List Of Role Members Within Azure AD Administrative Units

Posted by Jorge on 2019-07-11


Do you need to create a list of role members that have been delegated one or more roles to administrative units? Then look no further. See the example below

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Figure 3: The Administrative Units And Its Scoped Role Members

The script can be downloaded from the script gallery here.

Cheers,

Jorge

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