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Similar issue here, but if I set -Role it tells me I gave it an Invalid OData type: "Microsoft.Teams.Core.aadUserConversationMember"
It fails even after adding the user to the channel (which does work). The user shows up in Teams Admin, but not in Teams, and cannot add them as member. There's a chance if I wait an hour it will show up in Teams, and possibly the Owner flag will work, but for all practical purposes this isn't working.
I'm on the MicrosoftTeams PowerShell Module Public Preview 1.1.10
I just created about 70 private channels across 3 teams for staff budget folders/discussions, and I think I'll just manually add all of the users to the appropriate Teams/Budget Folders, but man it would have been handy to script it!
Also, I recognize Add-TeamChannelUser is in beta, and it looks like this is why.