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We have a customized the help desk security role to allow only resetting passwords and unlocking accounts. We don't want them to be able to enable accounts that are disabled. I don't see an option for denying write of the property "Account is disabled" or "Useraccountcontrol" or "ms-ds-user-account-disabled". Is it possible to prevent the user from writing to certain "account options"? It seems that its an all or nothing setting.

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Hello Mark,

Unfortunately, it is not possible to disallow users to modify only specific Account Options flags as it is a single property.

As a solution, you can use a Business Rule triggering Before enabling a user account that will cancel the operation if it is performed by a Help Desk user. The rule will look like the following: image.png


Thanks! That will work!

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