gcloud alpha active-directory domains describe

NAME
gcloud alpha active-directory domains describe - describe a Managed Microsoft AD domain
SYNOPSIS
gcloud alpha active-directory domains describe DOMAIN [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG]
DESCRIPTION
(ALPHA) Show metadata for a Managed Microsoft AD domain.

Displays all metadata associated with a Active Directory domain given a valid AD domain fully-qualified domain name.

This command can fail for the following reasons:

  • The domain specified does not exist.
  • The active account does not have permission to access the given domain.
POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
Domain resource - Name of the Managed Microsoft AD domain you want to describe. This represents a Cloud resource. (NOTE) Some attributes are not given arguments in this group but can be set in other ways. To set the [project] attribute: provide the argument [domain] on the command line with a fully specified name; set the property [core/project]; provide the argument [--project] on the command line. This must be specified.
DOMAIN
ID of the domain or fully qualified identifier for the domain.
GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --account, --billing-project, --configuration, --flags-file, --flatten, --format, --help, --impersonate-service-account, --log-http, --project, --quiet, --trace-token, --user-output-enabled, --verbosity.

Run $ gcloud help for details.

API REFERENCE
This command uses the managedidentities/v1 API. The full documentation for this API can be found at: https://cloud.google.com/managed-microsoft-ad/
EXAMPLES
The following command prints metadata for an AD domain with the name my-domain.com.
gcloud alpha active-directory domains describe my-domain.com
NOTES
This command is currently in ALPHA and may change without notice. If this command fails with API permission errors despite specifying the right project, you may be trying to access an API with an invitation-only early access whitelist. These variants are also available:
gcloud active-directory domains describe
gcloud beta active-directory domains describe