Be able to set expiration dates on accounts as you can in active directory
In AD an account can have an expiration date which essentially flips the "BlockCredential" bit at a future time.
especially useful for guest accounts where I want a consultant to have access but not forever as I understand it this may not be considered very critical for AD sync'd users since a sync'd user account once expired will change to disabled and set the block login in AAD upon next sync but with cloud only users I need to have an expiration to block access and require review if still needed after it fails closed. This is a basic an necessary stop gap measure.
Another feature that should've been in from the beginning
Yes, and be able to set the time too, as you can in PowerShell with Set-ADAccountExpiration
Thierry VALAGEAS commented
Nous souhaitons pouvoir paramétrer une date d'expiration des comptes utilisateurs Office365.
Örjan Eriksson commented
This is of great importance, plz implement this function.
Is there any update on this request? This is a very basic feature that should have been included from the outset. AD allows account expiration. It would make it very easy for admins to then go back and remove any blocked/expired accounts in bulk.
Dipendra Paudel commented
User account Expiration required. In college there are thousand of student are movement we can not able to manage manually. it will panic to us please add this feature.
Needs to incorporate the account expiration attribute to Office 365 via AD Connect which once the account hit the expiration date, it will automatically block the sign-in.
I find it very strange, that onpremise AD has this function and Office 365 doesn't. That is ridiculous.
Microsoft needs to add that feature.
This is a function that more and more of my costumers are wishing for.