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Re: [comanage-users] How users can remove themselves from registry

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  • From: Nick Evangelou <>
  • To: Benn Oshrin <>
  • Cc: , Nicolas Liampotis <>
  • Subject: Re: [comanage-users] How users can remove themselves from registry
  • Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 16:09:53 +0300
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Hello Benn,

Thank you for your reply.
Yes, this came up in the context of GDPR but that would be useful regardless
of it (because now they have to contact an admin to execute their requests
for themselves).
Do you plan to add this feature in next versions?
However we are considering the following process for allowing users to remove
themselves. When the user registers to the CO of his choice, he/she will be
added automatically to the “Registered Users” COU. If the user wants to
delete his account he will run an enrollment flow that will add him/her to
“Deleted Users” COU (which is child COU of “Registered Users”). The question
is, if we configure an expiration policy to check for users that belong to
“Deleted Users” COU, will the status change on “Registered Users” COU?


> On 14 Jun 2018, at 14:58, Benn Oshrin
> <>
> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> There is currently no mechanism for a user to self-deactivate, such an
> action must be performed by an administrator.
> Are you asking in the context of GDPR, or is this for another use case?
> Thanks,
> -Benn-
> On 6/14/18 12:40 PM, Nick Evangelou wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> The users don’t have the permission to remove their account (or at least
>> deactivate it) from registry’s UI, and after reading this
>> doc I
>> couldn’t understand how to set it up. So, is there a workaround to let
>> the users remove/deactivate their account?
>> Best Regards,
>> Nick

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