AdminStudio 2020 | 19.0 | AdminStudio PowerShell Cmdlets

Edition:Powershell cmdlets are enabled with AdminStudio Enterprise Edition and with Workflow Manager.

You can use the Remove-ASGroup cmdlet to delete a group using its GroupID.

Note:The Remove-ASGroup cmdlet removes the linked packages and applications as well as the targeted packages and applications for each respective operation.


The following is the syntax used to delete a group:

Remove-ASGroup-ID nn

For example:

Remove-ASGroup-ID 32


The Remove-ASGroup cmdlet has the following parameters:

Remove-ASGroup Parameters




Specifies the ID for the group which is being removed. (Required)


One of the following values is returned:

0—Success. The delete operation completed successfully.
1—Insufficient access rights. Permission to Delete is not available.
2—Object is locked. The group contains locked virtual packages. You will need to unlock the virtual packages in order to delete the group.
3—General failure. Operation did not complete successfully.
4—Protected group. The deletion of protected groups is prohibited.
5—Item not found. The requested item could not be deleted because it could not be found.