Creating Teams with Naming conventions using PowerShell

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Hi All,

 

When trying to create a new Team via PowerShell i get an error that I am missing prefix/suffix parameters when creating a new team..

 

Our naming policy looks like: [Department] - [TeamName]

 

But using: New-Team -DisplayName "Marketing - testing team" still gives the same error.. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!

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