We’ve had many requests for a simple way to disable a user from accessing Codesion services, without having to rearrange carefully designed granular permissions lists. In response, we are happy to announce our new “Disable User” feature. This augments our focus on security and control by allowing account administrators to disable a user from accessing any of our services via the “People” tab in the Codesion application.
This feature comes in handy if you need to immediately disable a user from accessing all services under your account for security reasons, without actually deleting them from our system, along with all their details, e.g. ACLs (Access Control Lists), tickets, and commit history. When you are satisfied that the security risk has passed, you can easily re-enable their user account, and everything will continue to operate as per normal. Note that disabled users still count towards your user quota.
Fig 1: Disable a user from accessing any Codesion hosted service by clicking “Disable” from the “People” tab (note: you need to be an account administrator).
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