G Suite user deprovisioning has never been easier than with Web Active Directory’s PeoplePlatform. Deprovision users via configurable web forms that you can use yourself or delegate to others or in bulk from your data sources.
Everybody’s deprovisioning process differs slightly. PeoplePlatform allows you to configure business rules to enable you to do what you need. When deprovisioning users, for example, most opt to disable them and move them to a special org path– keeping them around for at least some time. At the other extreme, you might want them removed immediately. Configure different rules for different situations or stick with the defaults.
Using Web Forms for Deprovisioning Users in G Suite
Configuring web forms for deprovisioning users in G Suite is useful by saving your team time. Your team can use these forms themselves or delegate to others with role-based security. All fields on the forms are completely configurable. PeoplePlatform includes samples that can be duplicated and configured to your liking.
You can configure query screens to control how your users find users for deprovisoning. You can limit the scope of what’s searchable by your end-users role in your organization. At that point, users can choose one or more users to deprovision at the same time.
Bulk User Deprovisioning in G Suite
Bulk deprovisioning users from G Suite is useful for ensuring your directory is always up to date with other systems– especially systems of record. You can define how deprovisioning inputs come from your data source and how these are used to match users to be deprovisioned. Schedule bulk jobs to occur with whatever frequency you want. Be notified as much or as little as you’d like including robust exception notifications.
Reviving Deprovisioned Users in G Suite
Employees and students leave and re-join the same organization multiple times. Schools and organizations affected by seasonal demand especially see this. With PeoplePlatform you can make reviving users easy to do either through a web interface or automatically from bulk processes.