Unlicensed Accounts Maintenance application

The Unlicensed Accounts Maintenance application deletes inactive unlicensed user accounts older than a specified number of days (60 days by default). You can schedule how often to run this application.

You must enable the UnlicensedAccountMaintApp rules package in the Transaction Manager before you can use a Unlicensed Account Maintenance application. For more information, see Manage rules packages.

Use the following procedure to create an Unlicensed Accounts Maintenance application.

  1. Select Application and click Add New.
  2. The New Application page is displayed.
  3. Select Unlicensed Accounts Maintenance from the mandatory Application Type list.
  4. Enter a unique Application Name. You cannot enter spaces-only values in this field. For more information, see Spaces in required fields.
  5. Note The application name cannot include any forward slash (/) characters.
  6. (Optional) Use the Assign and Remove buttons to assign business units for the application. The Business Unit List contains the names of business units you have created. For details, see Business units.
  7. (Optional) Enter an application Description.
  8. In the Delete unlicensed accounts when inactive for field, specify how long in days an unlicensed account must be inactive before it is deleted.
  9. You cannot enter spaces-only values in this field. For more information, see Spaces in required fields.
  10. (Optional) In the Schedule pane, click Configure toConfigure a schedule for a maintenance application.
  11. (Optional) Set Additional attributes: you can use the group of fields to add (or remove) custom attributes as attribute:value pairs. To add a new attribute: click Add Attribute, input entries for the attribute and value pair and click the Save () icon to store your input. To remove an attribute: select the corresponding checkbox and click Delete. You can also edit either entry (for attribute or value) of an existing attribute. See Additional attributes.
  12. Click Create Application.

See parent topic: Applications and follow shortcuts to other applications you need to create or configure.

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