auto deactivate account after a time period in jira

I am using JIRA server version. Is it possible to give access to JIRA for a certain time period, beyond which access will be auto revoked?

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If you are using CROWD or LDAP it should be possible now.

What is CROWD and LDAP to use those. Please help.

Yes, I downloaded Crowd, but this is foreign to me! I am just trying because I need to!

Hi Mac,

Crowd is our tool for user management, that provides centralized identity management with single sign-on to all your apps and developer tools. As for LDAP, it is a software protocol for enabling anyone to locate organizations, individuals, and other resources such as files and devices in a network, whether on the public Internet or on a corporate intranet that can be used to complement Crowd.

You can disable users in LDAP (Active Directory to be specific) , and JIRA will recognize the user as disabled. As for the other types of LDAP, we have an open feature being tracked at

This setup can be a little complicated, so if you are not sure how to configure that at first, I'd suggest you rely on the JIRA's deactivate users flag.

Hope this helps.



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