Get all SharePoint and Teams sites owners report with PowerShell

This PowerShell script pulls all tenant sites and all sites owners. The script require app authentication with Sites.FullControl.All and Directory.Read.All permissions.
PnP.PowerShell for PowerShell 7 is used.

It generates two reports

  • Owners report: one user per line, include: Site Url, Title, Owner e-mail, name and type
  • Sites report: one site per line, include: Site Url, Title, list of owners e-mails

Here is the script:


$connAdmin = Connect-PnPOnline -ReturnConnection -Tenant $tenantId  -Url $adminUrl -ClientId $clientid -Thumbprint $certThumbprint
$allTenantSites = Get-PnPTenantSite -Connection $connAdmin | Sort-Object Url
$allTenantSites.count

$sitesReport = @()
$ownersReport = @()
foreach ($tenantSite in $allTenantSites) {
    Write-Host $tenantSite.Url
    $connSite = Connect-PnPOnline -ReturnConnection -Tenant $tenantId  -Url $tenantSite.Url -ClientId $clientid -Thumbprint $certThumbprint
    $site = Get-PnPSite -Connection $connSite -Includes RootWeb, GroupId, Owner
    $siteOwnerEmail = ''
    $siteOwnersReport = @()
    if ($site.GroupId.Guid -eq '00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000') {
        $siteAdmins = Get-PnPSiteCollectionAdmin -Connection $connSite | ? { $_.PrincipalType -eq 'User' }
        $ownerType = 'Site Collection Administrator'
        $isGroupSite = $false
    }
    else {
        $siteAdmins = Get-PnPAzureADGroupOwner -Connection $connAdmin -Identity $site.GroupId.Guid
        $ownerType = 'Group Owner'
        $isGroupSite = $true
    }
    foreach ($siteAdmin in $siteAdmins) {
        if (!$siteAdmin.UserPrincipalName) {
            Get-PnPProperty -Connection $connAdmin -ClientObject $siteAdmin -Property UserPrincipalName | Out-Null
        }
        $aadUser = Get-PnPAzureADUser -Connection $connAdmin -Identity $siteAdmin.UserPrincipalName
        if ($aadUser.AccountEnabled) {
            $siteOwnerEmail += $aadUser.Mail + '; '
        }
        $siteOwnersReport += [PSCustomObject]@{
            SiteUrl     = $site.Url
            SiteTitle   = $site.RootWeb.Title
            IsGroupSite = $isGroupSite
            OwnerEmail  = $aadUser.Mail
            OwnerName   = $aadUser.DisplayName
            OwnerType   = $ownerType
            Enabled     = $aadUser.AccountEnabled
        }
    }
    $ownersReport += $siteOwnersReport
    $sitesReport += [PSCustomObject]@{
        SiteUrl     = $site.Url
        SiteTitle   = $site.RootWeb.Title
        IsGroupSite = $isGroupSite
        OwnerEmail  = $siteOwnerEmail
    }
}

$ownersReport.count
$sitesReport.count

Source code: https://github.com/VladilenK/Manage-m365-with-PowerShell

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