Group Details

Application management group
This page shows you details regarding a single group.

Object Types

The category "groups" includes:
  • AzureAD static and dynamic groups
  • Exchange Online mail-enabled groups and distribution groups
  • Microsoft Office365 groups and teams

Object Properties

Every group details page will show an overview of the core properties like
  • Name
  • AzureAD Object ID
  • Additional properties
on the left side of the screen in a glanceable way. This part will not scroll and be always visible in any tab.

Status information

The core properties include some glanceable information about the status of a user object:
  • Unified - A Office365 group or Team group
  • Security - An AzureAD (non-Office365) group
  • Mail enabled - This group can receive eMail
  • Teams - This group represents a Team
  • Static - Members are assigned statically (manually) to a group
  • Dynamic - Members are chosen via a membership rule, typically to group devices
Be aware of the different types of groups accross AzureAD and Exchange Online. A group is either a "Security" or a "Unified" group. Also, some groups like "Security" groups that are "Mail enabled" (like Distribution groups) can only be managed via Exchange Online, not AzureAD.


RealmJoin Portal will show you the current members of a group. It will show internal and external ("Guest") users separately. You can search/filter the members of a group using the on-screen search fields.
On AzureAD groups ("Non-mail enabled security" and "Unified") you can use RealmJoin Portal to add or remove members - if you have the appropriate permissions.
Please use a runbook to change owners of a group or to change memberships to Exchange Online groups, like Distribution Groups.
Members of a group

Adding Members

Using the "Add" button will show a dialogue where you can search for users to add to the group. You can search for users via Name or User Principal Name / eMail address.
Adding Members
Press "+" to add a member to the group. The resulting membership will take a short time and not be immedaitely visible.

Removing Members

Using the "Remove" button will not show a new dialogue but add a "x" icon in front of existing members. You can still search/filter for members via Name or User Principal Name / eMail address while this is active.
Removing Members
Press the "x" icon to remove a member. The resulting change will take a short time and not be immedaitely visible.


The right side of the screen shows the contents of the current tab, which can be
  • "Overview" with more information about the object
  • "Runbooks" showing available runbooks - as the name implies
  • Raw data sources, like AzureAD, Sign in logs etc display in JSON. Only available for RealmJoin administrators.