How to delete a group from a lifecycle policy using PowerShell scripts

Administrators use Azure Active Directory (AD) groups to manage users and their permissions collectively. Using the group lifecycle policy, administrators can set an expiration period for the groups created. Owners of groups are expected to renew their groups as the expiration date approaches. Using this cmdlet, a group can be removed from a lifecycle policy in Azure AD.

Azure PowerShell syntax:

-Id <Id>
-GroupId <-GroupId>
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where <Id> refers to the Id of the lifecycle policy object, and <GroupId> refers to the ID of the group in Azure AD.

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