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We are trying to get a scheduled task to run every Friday night at 10:00pm to pull the users needed to be fully deprovisioned by the custom command we have created.

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We have the following working perfectly and want to be able to run this as a scheduled task and pull users from a CSV file. Please advise.

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Hello,

You can do that using a script and a Scheduled Task. For details, see the following script in our Script Repository: http://www.adaxes.com/script-repository ... e-s402.htm.

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Thank you this works perfectly.

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