Office 365 Groups and the ProvisioningOption property

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Some will tell you that you can figure out what resources an Office 365 Group is connected to by checking the ProvisioningOption property with the Get-UnifiedGroup cmdlet. Well, you can’t. If you want to do something like check for team-enabled groups, you’ll need a different approach.
https://office365foritpros.com/2018/09/15/office-365-groups-provisioningoption-property/

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