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What controls does Verifying your domain give you without subscribing to Atlassian Access?

Atlassian have moved our Cloud admin to the new admin site where they allow us to Verify Our Domain.  I can see the benefit of being able to manage user accounts of our staff, but I am unsure of what actual benefits verifying our domain has if we do not subscribe to Atlassian Access?

I've been reading the documentation that I've found and it seems to talk about the feature Access offers without talking about whether such and such a feature is available without Access.

  • Is there a list of features that managed accounts have without  a subscription to Access?   The two I'm particularly interested in are as follows:
    • Can we disable managed accounts (as opposed to simply revoke site access)?
    • Can we set a password policy for managed accounts?

I hope that makes sense,

Thanks,

Ali

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Hi Alistair,

Currently, without Atlassian access, the feature that you will have access is only to manage user accounts.
You can see the list of what changes you can make on their accounts on the documentation below:
- Make changes to a managed user account

The password policy is an Atlassian access feature and without it, you can just ask for the user to reset the password.

Regards,
Angélica

Thanks @Angélica Luz  - that explains things perfectly

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