After last weeks post Microsoft Teams – Get all your team sites using PnP Powershell, Now my next attempt with the all new Microsoft Teams PowerShell.
First steps first I had to install Microsoft Teams PowerShell.
I hear you say : “Give me the Url for the installer!!!”
No I’m not going to give that!
Just use the following oneliner:
Make sure that you run PowerShell or PowerShell ISE as administrator.
Now we need to connect first:
Once you have completed the login form, you can run Get-Team
Note that this only includes your own teams and that you can’t get a full overview of all the teams even if you are not included. Even as an administrator you can’t get all the teams unless you add yourself as a member to all the teams.
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