We would like to create a ticket in our ticketing system after a user's account is unlocked. I would like to use a business rule to do this so that it happens automatically. I don't see an option for this. I only see "After updating a user:"
Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. User accounts get locked out/unlocked in AD directly without involving Adaxes and thus there is no possibility to trigger a Business Rule on the operation.
I need a way of triggering a business rule based on the user (and not the group) being added or removed from a group. The reason I would like this triggered on the user is so ... prefer not to do that. I am checking to see if there is another way to do this.
We currently have a form for HR to deal with ex-employees that are hired once more, but it's not much more than automatic emails sent to IT. If I add some actions ... this trigger the business rule we have that targets "After updating a user" ? Thanks, Louis
Hallo @All, I have a short question about business rules. I have some Power Shell scripts that should run after I create and update a user object. So I have the option to ... to trigger a business rule or to setup my goals? Thanks and have a nice weekend Arne
I'm not entirely sure if this is possible using a business rule but what I am trying to achieve is have the business rule perform actions when a user account has expired. Can this be acheived or would a scheduled task be the preferred method?
Hello, I'd like the change the behavior of the account expires field from end of the day meaning 12am the next day to a specific time on the date specified. Example 5pm on ... got the idea from here: https://mikefrobbins.com/2013/12/12/set ... owershell/