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Scheduled task to periodically review Cloud/APIM accounts and remove inactive user accounts
Have a scheduled task to periodically review Cloud/APIM accounts and remove user access for accounts who have not had activity for some configurable amount of time.
This becomes a non-issue if there is LDAP / OIM integration. We should be able to manage user accounts through the corporate standard. a. Allow ldap groups or users to be assigned to roles in the CMC users security setup (currently only users can be assigned) b. Allow ldap groups or users to be assigned to roles in the APIM users security setup (currently only users can be assigned) c. Allow ldap definitions to control Management server signon and access rights (in addition to the admin account) d. Allow ldap definitions to control Developer Portal server signon and access rights (in addition to the admin account)
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