How do you archive data when a user drops out? Do you archive and remove old mailboxes? What is your archiving strategy for 'Deactivating and deleting ADS accounts'? - If these are your questions, ArchiveUsers is right for you.
With ArchiveUsers you can compress and save user data, the home directory and the Exchange mailbox of former staff on a disk drive compliant with legal regulations and delete or deactivate the original at will.
- Safety for administrators
Users no longer required can be deleted from the corporate Active Directory including user home directory and mailbox.
Data is archived and the archiving process is logged.
Why ArchiveUsers?Show more
- Archiving user data according to company data retention policies.
- You can delete old user data and mailboxes worry free.
Areas of ApplicationShow more
- Deleting a user is the most secure way of ensuring that access to the company network is no longer available after a user leaves the company. Deactivating a user with a mailbox sometimes has adverse effects that are hard to track. Depending on the size of a company it may not be unusual that several hundred deactivated users are still in the Active Directory after several years.
- An enterprise has a high staff turnover and accounts must be deleted regularly.
- Cleaning up your Active Directory by removing obsolete user objects
- Old and obsolete mailboxes should be deleted before migrating to newer Exchange Versions
- Archiving user data (Active Directory attributes)
- Archiving a user's home directory
- Archiving and compressing a user's mailbox
- Saving the archive data to any storage device
- Deleting the home directory
- Deleting the user object
- Logging the whole process
- Compatible with Exchange 2013, 2010 and 2007