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Is there a built in method for checking user accounts that have expired in Azure?

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Starting from Adaxes 2023, you can register your Azure AD domain and use a built-in condition, If is inactive <period>. The condition is available in business rules, custom commands and scheduled tasks. It works for both on-premises AD and Azure AD users.

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