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Removing "discovered products" using claimed domain users

As I've understand there is now way even with Enterprise licenses to prohibit users to "discover" new Atlassian products using their managed company domain user.

But since we as Org admins can see all the newly "discovered" products is there a way to actually also remove/migrate the products after we informed the users?


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Daniel Ebers
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Aug 23, 2022

Hi @Amir Ghaemian

dealing with the same issue I found some Suggestions having a look (and a vote for!) could make sense:


I got it confirmed from a ATL TAM rep that it's not possible as Org admins to remove/cancel any Discovered products. They need to do that themselfs. The only solution would be to Deactivate the user(s) which should cancel the subscription

HAHA! I guess that is one way to force the end users to stop. 

Like # people like this

I find it strange that we can't prohibit users from creating these in the first place. 

same here,... one of our company member just made almost same site name and it looks like phishing site,... confusing user

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