Third-Party User Management Tools

I'm looking for recommendations for third-party user management tools that can do the following:

- Identify and bulk-expire/no visibility users that are inactive for >XXX days
- Identify users with auto-forward rules
- Bulk-delete inactive accounts (from GW database only, not eDirectory accounts)
- Maybe even bulk-move inactive/expired accounts to a "dead accounts" post office?

I have an immediate mandate to clean up our environment, and I don't see how to do this in bulk with existing native tools. It's just one guy (me) versus 42 post offices and 23,000 user accounts...

Thanks!
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  • In article <gregamy.5x6rtd@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Gregamy wrote:
    > I'm looking for recommendations for third-party user management tools
    > ....
    > I have an immediate mandate to clean up our environment, and I don't
    > see how to do this in bulk with existing native tools. It's just one guy
    > (me) versus 42 post offices and 23,000 user accounts...


    A real and interesting challenge I see.
    GWAVA's Redline would help with the reporting side of things, their
    Vertigo might help with some of the rest, and discussing the issues with
    them before making your purchase may also bring up some solutions that are
    otherwise buried.


    Andy Konecny
    Knowledge Partner (voluntary SysOp)
    KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
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    Andy's Profile: http://forums.novell.com/member.php?userid=75037


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  • In article <gregamy.5x6rtd@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Gregamy wrote:
    > I'm looking for recommendations for third-party user management tools
    > ....
    > I have an immediate mandate to clean up our environment, and I don't
    > see how to do this in bulk with existing native tools. It's just one guy
    > (me) versus 42 post offices and 23,000 user accounts...


    A real and interesting challenge I see.
    GWAVA's Redline would help with the reporting side of things, their
    Vertigo might help with some of the rest, and discussing the issues with
    them before making your purchase may also bring up some solutions that are
    otherwise buried.


    Andy Konecny
    Knowledge Partner (voluntary SysOp)
    KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Andy's Profile: http://forums.novell.com/member.php?userid=75037


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