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Hi,
I would like to use the custom commands to deprovision an AD user.
Is there a way to automatically remove all groups (besides Domain Users which cannot be removed) from a user?

Thanks...

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Hello,

You can do it with the help of a script. Have a look at Example 2 in the following tutorial: Automatically Change Group Membership Using Scripts.

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