We are using LDAP to manager our Users.
My company wants to deactivate a pile of users who haven't logged in recently.
So, when the returning (now inactive) user attempts to log-in again (and then fails after their 3rd attempt), my company wants an automatic page to appear that:
1) explains why they were disabled in the first place; and,
2) instructions on how to reactivate their account.
Does anyone know if this is possible? Is there a plug-in?
I’m afraid this is not possible to do on Confluence by default. However, there's a plugin called User Disabler for Confluence, which might be what you are looking for.
Here is the link for the plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.wittified.confluence.user-deactivator
In case it is not what are you looking for, contacting an Expert to develop a solution for your case may be the best approach.
Please let me know if do you have any other questions.
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