In this post, we will learn how to use the Azure AD PowerShell module to find which groups a user is a member of using PowerShell.
Our previous article concluded that the best PowerShell module to use in the AzureAD out of the three available options.
Install and Connect
If you have not installed the AzureAD PowerShell module, go ahead and install it using the following command. Just remember that the module only works on a Windows machine.
After installing the module, import it and check the version using the following commands, the final command will connect you to Azure AD and ask you to authenticate.
import-module azuread get-module azuread connect-azuread
Check Group Membership
To check a user group membership using PowerShell, I will run the following command with UPN details.
Get-AzureADUserMembership -ObjectId UPN@userdomain.local | select displayname, description
The result will loook like the below output.
DisplayName Description ----------- ----------- Marketing All marketing personnel All Employees Company wide (all users)