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I am trying to create office 365 group through PowerShell. I am using New-Unified group function to achieve. Group is creating successfully but unfortunately site is not creating behind the scenes. Is this not the right way to do it?

I have also tried with MSOnline command New-SPOSite to create new modern site. But site is creating but group is not creating behind the scenes. What is wrong with this?

What is the proper way to do it?

  • not sure with this, but I am 100% sure if you create a MS team surely it will ceate a Office 365 gruop and a Associated Team site. is this you are looking for.petri.com/teams-powershell-primer – vinit kumar Dec 17 '18 at 6:32
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You can create a Modern team site with associated O365 group using PnP PowerShell.

New-PnPSite -Type TeamSite -Title "Test Group" -Alias "TestGroup" -Description "Test group desc" -IsPublic

Reference - New-PnPSite

If you want create it via MS Graph, PnP PowerShell also supports that. You can provision the Group as below. You need to be Global admin to run this command AFAIK :

Connect-PnPOnline - Url "https://tenant.sharepoint.com" -Scopes @("Group.ReadWrite.All", "User.ReadWrite.All", "Directory.ReadWrite.All")

New-PnPUnifiedGroup -DisplayName "Test Group" -Description "Test my group" -MailNickname "Testgroup" -Owners "user@tenant.onmicrosoft.com" -Members "user@tenant.onmicrosoft.com"

New-PnPUnifiedGroup

  • I have tried with New-UnifiedGroup which is not creating modern site for the group. Are you sure this PnP will do the job? – Mihir Dec 17 '18 at 12:31
  • yes, both will work – Gautam Sheth Dec 17 '18 at 12:34
  • I don't know why, i have created 10 office groups with New-UnifiedGroup command. but none of them created modern team site for me – Mihir Dec 17 '18 at 12:35
  • @Mihir any luck ? did you try the above commands ? – Gautam Sheth Dec 29 '18 at 5:54
  • No luck with these commands – Mihir Dec 31 '18 at 10:26

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