I have an environment with users only working for a couple of weeks or months.
Every new user gets a new account.
After leaving the unit, the accounts used to remain untouched.
The accounts are blocked with a policy after 30 days.
Now we have the need to clean up about 250 user accounts not longer valid any more.
Is there a method to list user accounts with criteria like
- Password/Login blocked (by policy)
- last login longer than a given time
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