disabled AD accounts in Confluence

I have delegated authentication with AD. So any user with AD account can login to Confluence and their account is created there. Problem is with users who leave the company. Is there a way that these users will get disabled automatically? Otherwise all these ex-employees are counting as active users against my license.

Is there anyway to figure out who is no longer in AD and disable them (just not one by one manually).



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You probbaly have to write a Scheduled job to scan all users, determine if they are 'disabled' (through LDAP queries) in AD (the usual business process for a leaver) and if so, remove them from confluence-users.

See http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Scheduled+Jobs

If you fancy playing around with the solution interactively, I dumped some related Beanshell code in the ldaputils project that may give you a start.

I should have drawn your attention to the link at the end, see Trigger Module...

the page you mentioned does not show how to create a job. Only about existing jobs.

Disabled AD users show up in the wiki but are gone after you delete them from AD. You might already know that but I thought I'd note it in this thread.

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