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BeginDeleteFederatedUserGroup Method

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Delete an unwanted GroupChatFederatedUserGroup. The user invoking this method must have been granted IsUserAdministrator permission. The group cannot be deleted if there are any federated users belonging to the group. Each GroupChatFederatedUser must belong to exactly one GroupChatFederatedUserGroup. To change the user group for a federated user, see BeginMoveFederatedUser(GroupChatFederatedUser, GroupChatFederatedUserGroup, AsyncCallback, Object).

Namespace:  Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.GroupChat.Management
Assembly:  Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.GroupChat (in Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.GroupChat.dll)

public IAsyncResult BeginDeleteFederatedUserGroup(
	GroupChatFederatedUserGroup federatedUserGroup,
	AsyncCallback userCallback,
	Object state
)

Parameters

federatedUserGroup
Type: Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.GroupChat.Management.GroupChatFederatedUserGroup
The federated user group.
userCallback
Type: System.AsyncCallback
The method to be invoked when this asynchronous operation completes.
state
Type: System.Object
An object to be passed back to the callback.

Return Value

Type: System.IAsyncResult
An IAsyncResult that references this operation.

ExceptionCondition
ArgumentException

Thrown when invalid arguments are passed.

[Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.GroupChat.ChatServerConnectionException]

Thrown when the GroupChatEndpoint is not established.

[System.InvalidOperationException]

Thrown when the chat server connection is not in a valid state to send the command.

[RealTimeException]

Thrown when the GroupChatEndpoint encounters an error communicating with the group chat server.

This request will be processed asynchronously. See EndDeleteFederatedUserGroup(IAsyncResult) to complete this asynchronous operation.

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