Detecting login of disabled user?

Currently, when a disabled user attempts to login, confluence displays the message "Sorry, your username and/or password are incorrect. Please try again." – exactly what it does if you've mistyped your password.

Is there a way to identify, detect or hook-into the event for a disabled user logging in? We'd like to automatically enable such users but can not do so without some sort of trigger or method to detect the event.

 

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Hello Chris,

You can find in the Confluence's logs the username that tried to access Confluence. 

Thanks. Yes, but I noticed that the log entry created is identical to those for failed logins (password typos, etc).  There does not seem to be a way to uniquely identify a disabled user logging in.  I guess you could check all failed logins on the fly to see if they happen to be disabled. Not very graceful.

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