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Removes a netgroup.
Remove-NfsNetgroup [-NetGroupName] <String> [[-LdapServer] <String>] [[-LdapNamingContext] <String>] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [<CommonParameters>]
The Remove-NfsNetgroup cmdlet removes a netgroup.
You can remove netgroups that are stored in Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) or Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (ADLDS) only. To remove a netgroup
that is stored in Network Information Service (NIS), use the corresponding NIS administration tool. For more information about how to manage an NIS server, see Server for
If you do not specify a netgroup store, the Remove-NfsNetgroup cmdlet removes the netgroup from a netgroup store that is configured on the local computer.
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Example 1: Remove an NFS netgroup
PS C:\> Remove-NfsNetgroup -NetGroupName "AppServers" -LdapInstanceName "Contoso.com"
This command removes an NFS netgroup that is named AppServers from a netgroup store in Contoso.com.
Example 2: Remove an NFS netgroup from aconfigured store
PS C:\>Remove-NfsNetgroup -NetGroupName "AppServers"
This command removes an NFS netgroup that is named AppServers. Because the netgroup store is not specified, the cmdlet removes the netgroup from the netgroup store that is
configured on the local NFS server.