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How to Add Bulk Users to Microsoft Teams 

How to Add Bulk Users to Microsoft Teams 

Recently I came across multiple technical forums with the same question “How to add bulk members to teams through PowerShell?”. I thought I’d help with this by writing a script. Managing Microsoft Teams using PowerShell is a simple and effective way. So, Let’s dive in.    How to Add Bulk Users to Teams Group using PowerShell:  The PowerShell cmdlet Add-TeamUser adds a member to the team. But you can’t use it directly for adding members in bulk. So, you need…

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How to Archive Team in Microsoft Teams 

How to Archive Team in Microsoft Teams 

In Microsoft Teams, teams are created for various needs. Over time, created teams might fall out of use. For example,  In an organization, when a project ends.  In education centers, when an academic year ends.  Those teams are no longer active. So, admins can either delete or archive those teams. Deleting teams will delete all its data like chats, files, associated site collection, etc.  Archived teams can be unarchived (i.e., reactivated) in the future. So, we recommend team archiving and postponing deletion until you are…

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Top 10 PowerShell Cmdlets to Manage Microsoft Teams using PowerShell 

Top 10 PowerShell Cmdlets to Manage Microsoft Teams using PowerShell 

Microsoft Teams helps people in the organization to communicate and share files with people inside and outside the organization. Microsoft Teams usage has increased a lot in this remote situation. It results in the demand of managing Microsoft Teams by Administrators. Admins can either use Teams admin center or PowerShell to manage their Teams environment. But most admins prefer PowerShell due to its flexibility and operation speed. If you are new to PowerShell or Office 365, it is really challenging to identify the right cmdlet.   So,…

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How to Connect to Microsoft Teams Using PowerShell 

How to Connect to Microsoft Teams Using PowerShell 

Microsoft Teams has its PowerShell module called ‘MicrosoftTeams’. It helps administrators manage Teams, policies, and their settings through PowerShell.    Install Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module:   To download and install Microsoft Teams PowerShell module, run the following cmdlet in the Windows PowerShell.   Install-Module -Name MicrosoftTeams    After installing, you need to import the Microsoft Teams module to avoid the following error: ‘Connect-MicrosoftTeams is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet’.   To import the module, execute the below cmdlet.   Import-Module –Name MicrosoftTeams     Connect to Microsoft Teams PowerShell:  …

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