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How to reassign tasks in a sharepoint task list from disabled active directory accounts

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we're using a sharepoint task list as a site to store and assign trouble tickets. we've had some employees leave and I am not able to reassign their tickets without enabling their active directory accounts again. How do I reassign the tickets without reenabling their AD accounts?
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Try this:
 
1. Open SharePoint Designer
2. Open the Workflow you wish to modify.
3. On the step where you start the workflow task ‘Start <workflow task name> process on Current Item with…’, right click on the task name.
4. Select Properties and look for the attribute TaskProcessOwner.
5. Click on the ‘…‘ button to select a group or specific user.
6. You may wish to create a SharePoint group specifically for this purpose. All members of this group will have permissions to re-assign tasks that are assigned to other people.
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