How can I Verify a Person's Groups Using Graph Explorer?
You can use graph explorer -
- to verify what Groups are available within O365
You will need Global Admin Access to the tenant to do this.
Below are the steps.
- then sign in with your O365 tenant
2. To display all the Groups within your tenant add "/groups" in front of the default GET command:
3. Click "GO"
Below is the output:
4. As you scroll down you should be able to see all the Groups available in the Tenant
To look specifically at Groups which a specific user may be in
To display a users Groups within your tenant add "/users/username/memberOf" in front of the default GET command:
To look specifically at WAAD data for a specific user
To display a users WAAD data within your tenant add "/users/[user address]" in front of the default GET command:
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