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Automatically disable user accounts after 60 days inactivity

Posted on 2006-07-04
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Hi,

Is there a way, using group policy or any other method to automatically disable a user account if it hasnt been used (ie,, no has logged on using that account) after a certain amount of days??

This is something I would like to apply enterprise wide, so setting expiry dates on each users object is out, and obviously I only want to apply this to inactive accounts.

Thanks in advance

Stuart
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Great, thanks

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