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I'm hoping to get some answers here, for myself and others.
-Automate license removal of users who have been inactive for 30 days.
-Preferably, check each of the user's product licenses, then remove whichever one has been inactive for over 30 days.
-I'm using an automation suite to run on a daily schedule and remove licenses based on the use case above.
Are there any REST API calls/examples/documentation that can help accomplish:
-Get a user's assigned license(s)
-Checks for last user activity on a given license
Thank you everyone for your attention and support!
I've been doing more research and for the looks of it, there don't appear to be any APIs that can do what I'm asking. However, I'm thinking this route might work...
Bare with me as I am relatively new to this:
An admin can assign or remove a product license from a user in different ways:
With that being said.. I think I can still accomplish the license management automation that I initially stated. This is how:
Again this is still a concept and I have to develop it. I'm still unsure of how to determine if the user was inactive for one product but not the other.
I will keep updating.