How to remove Office 365 Groups permanently ?

 

How to remove Office 365 Groups permanently ?

Hi Guys,

Here is process how to remove office 365 groups or soft deleted groups from your office 365 tenant.

Step-1

you need to connect with Azure AD via using PowerShell

Make sure AzureAD module will be Updated

Connect-AzureAD

Step-2

Get-AzureADMSDeletedGroup

Output like this.

Copy the ID of Group & run command like below.

Remove-AzureADMSDeletedDirectoryObject –Id e0fcb368-ad55-4a9e-8f44-95fb2634f2f8

Office 365 Group is removed from your office 365 tenant.

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