Microsoft has updated the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module to 0.9.6
The available cmdlets themselves remain the same, but three are 3 changes
- There is a change in how New-Team behaves. The New-Team –AddCreatorAsMember parameter has been removed. In its place, there is an optional parameter -Owner. You can use this –Owner parameter to specify the full userid (e.g. Person1@tenant.onmicrosoft.com) of the user you want to have own the team, if it’s not going to be the account running the cmdlets.
- As an Office 365 global admin or Teams Service Admin, you can now edit settings on all teams, even if you don’t own them
- The administrator account using this module no longer need to be assigned a Teams license. Which is handy for those that have separate administration accounts.