I have set up an action that must be approved by me. I have not received any notifications when I execute the action. Should I receive an email to approve? If so, what am I missing in order to receive the approval request?
The thing is that when the operation initiator is on the approvers list there is not email sent about the operation requiring approval. It gets approved automatically. This behaviour is by design.
I've enabled the "Account Expiration Notifier" builtin scheduled tasks. Currently, I'm testing it so I have "If account will expire in less than 300 days", it will send an ... SMTP settings are correct, seeing as I get the test send. What's going on here?
In a custom command where an approval is added in Powershell code ($Context.SubmitForApproval) or as an action Send this operation for approval' how can you run specific ... is denied a mail is sent to requestors manager and requestors account is disabled.
HI, I have scenario to perform a custom action based on the notification approval result. Before creating a user, i need to send out for an approval, if the request ... there a way we can achieve this. Any help/pointers or references would really appreciated.
Hello, We have a script that checks for expiring accounts (temp/contractor) and emails the users manager requesting that they respond to the email either approving an extension of the ... has expired, or at least send an email to the security group to do so.
We have a New User action set up for our HR staff to use. There is a field in the custom form that states "Notes for IT Department". I want to display the data that is ... IT Helpdesk. I don't know what parameter this would be considered. How can I find out?