boundary groups set-members
groups set-members command lets you configure the complete set of users in a group.
The following example set users with the IDs, "
u_ad8tbsXHJP" and "
u_J5l9FWB7yq" as group members in a group with the group ID
$ boundary groups set-members -id g_FNVVhAd0on \ -member u_ad8tbsXHJP \ -member u_J5l9FWB7yq
Group information: Created Time: Thu, 24 Aug 2023 13:58:23 PDT Description: Web dev group ID: g_FNVVhAd0on Name: webdev Updated Time: Thu, 24 Aug 2023 14:12:35 PDT Version: 2 Scope: ID: o_R0wbo0H6Zl Name: quick-start-org Parent Scope ID: global Type: org Authorized Actions: no-op read update delete add-members set-members remove-members Members: ID: u_ad8tbsXHJP Scope ID: o_R0wbo0H6Zl ID: u_J5l9FWB7yq Scope ID: o_R0wbo0H6Z
The output displays the group information.
$ boundary groups set-members [options] [args]