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When I disable and remove a user account, is there a field in the database that stores the date and time this was implemented and who made the change?

When I disable and remove a user account, is there a field in the database that stores the date and time this was implemented and who made the change?

Currently using Confluence 5.0.3

Thank you.

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I am afraid this functionality is not available, but there is a current feature request: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-6960.

Hello Alex, thanks for sharing this. Hope this function becomes available in the next version release. 

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