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Example De-Provisioning user account checklist

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Greetings - I am looking for a checklist template I can use to de-provision user AD account and network access within a Server 2008 R2 environment. I understand I will modify to my environment, however I am looking to put together a policy and checklist. Do you know any templates I may use.

Thank you for your help!

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Not sure what you are asking. Disabling the user is all that is needed, provided, you use dedicated service accounts to avoid an issue of using a user account to run a service that then will be impacted when the user leaves the firm.

Once account is disabled, you can have scripts that after X amount of days, the user's folders/profile can be archived...........
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