Workflow Template: Deprovision

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Workflows is a powerful tool that can automate a variety of different domain management tasks. Our Workflows Template articles are designed to help you get started envisioning your own tasks in Workflows, and give you examples of how workflows are currently being utilized by our customers. 

In this article, you'll find outlines of a few use cases regarding the deprovision or offboarding of user accounts, and the workflow templates you can use to achieve these results.

Deprovisioning


I have several phases of my deprovision process. I have a restricted org unit called “Deprovision”, and when I place users there, I want to make sure their access is immediately revoked.

  • When any user is placed in the “Deprovision” org unit, reset their password, delete 2-step backup codes, and hide them in the Directory.


I have several phases of my deprovision process. I have a restricted org unit called “Deprovision”, and when I place users there I want to suspend their account, hide them in the directory, and delete their backup codes (just in case).

  • When any user is placed in the deprovision org unit, suspend them, hide them in the directory, and delete their backup codes.


I only suspend users that I’m about to deprovision. When I suspend a user, I want to make sure their access is immediately revoked.

  • When any user is suspended, place them in the “Deprovision” org unit, hide them in the directory, reset their password, and delete their 2-step backup codes.


I have a very high turnover and need to delete many users every month. I want a way to automatically delete users placed in a particular org unit.

  • When any user is added to the “Delete” org unit, delete the user.

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