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Remove item from generic list

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I am trying to remove an item from a generic list, I have been using the code below but it does not remove the item.

 _oM04_UserManager = New M04_UserManager
                Dim oM04_UserList As List(Of M04_User)
                oM04_UserList = _oM04_UserManager.GetAllUsersForAllCompanies(_userId)
                oM04_UserList.RemoveAll(Function(p As M04_User) p.UserID = "5833aeb8-13e7-44e5-b60d-600395f5cdab")

Would be grateful for any advice

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AndyAinscow earned 500 total points
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Does the list actually have an item with that exact ID ?
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Doh!

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