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expire users with lastLoginTime for long time

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Which would be the better approach to this client requirement?

We need to "block/expire" all the users which lastLoginTime is lower than a month (running this process everyday).

I am thinking maybe an IDM Job or a bash script to validate all the users and then set the lockedByIntruder attribute (so they can unlock their account via SSPR Forgotten Password)

there is another way to do this? or maybe an out of the box functionality?

 

 

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Hi Maximo,

You can adjust Lothar's Password Notification service driver according to your needs.

https://www.brummelhook.com/dirxml.html

The main functionality already here. You just need to change behavior and instead send a notification email, you can "disable" this user.

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Hi Maximo,

You can adjust Lothar's Password Notification service driver according to your needs.

https://www.brummelhook.com/dirxml.html

The main functionality already here. You just need to change behavior and instead send a notification email, you can "disable" this user.

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Thanks, let me take a look to the Lothar's Password Notification Service Driver
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