If you join devices to Azure AD, then you can see that each device has an owner. The owner is the user who joined the device to the Azure AD which is sometimes the account of the administrator. That’s why one probably wants to change the owner which is unfortunately not possible via the Azure portal. But, as usual, you can easily do it via PowerShell.
The main commands you need are:
Get-AzureADDevice # returns all device Get-AzureADUser # returns all users # add new device owner Add-AzureADDeviceRegisteredOwner -ObjectId [DeviceObjectId] -RefObjectId [NewOwnerObjectId] #remove previous device owner Remove-AzureADDeviceRegisteredOwner -ObjectId [DeviceObjectId] -OwnerId [PreviousOwnerObjectId]
I created a simple script which has device name and new owner as input and simply does the job: