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How can be revoke user account after n days of inactivity?


Hi Friends,

i am new in novell access manager.
I want to implement to revoke user account after n days of inactivity.
if user does not login last of n days then lock the user account and
stop the services.

please help me to implement this concept in iManager.

thanks in advance.


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Re: How can be revoke user account after n days of inactivity?

On 3/20/2012 1:06 AM, vaibhavkhare wrote:
>
> Hi Friends,
>
> i am new in novell access manager.
> I want to implement to revoke user account after n days of inactivity.
> if user does not login last of n days then lock the user account and
> stop the services.


Access Manager is not the right tool for this. For this you would use
NetIq/Novell Identity Manager. There is a free driver offered by Lothar
Haeger designed to support this.

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

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