Revokes user permissions as part of the IT - Employee Offboarding playbook.
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|UserManagerEmail||The email of the manager of the user you are offboarding.||employeemanageremail||incident||Optional|
|OffboardingUserEmail||The email address of the user that you are offboarding.||employeeemail||incident||Required|
|WipeAccountFromMobile||Whether the Google account of the user should be removed from the mobile device of the user.||False||-||Optional|
|LogisticsEmail||The email address of the logistics department who has the data about which company property the user has.||-||-||Optional|
|DuoUsername||The username, in Duo, of the user you are offboarding.||-||-||Optional|
|CompanyPropertyReceiverEmail||The email of the department responsible for receiving returned company property from the user you are offboarding. In some organizations, this may be the same as the LogisticsEmail playbook input.||-||-||Optional|
|OldEmployeeGroupName||The name of the group in Active Directory that contains old employee user accounts. If a group name is specified, the user will be added to that group instead of getting deleted at the end of the offboarding process.||Old Employees||-||Optional|
|ServiceNowAssetsTableName||The name of the "Assets" table in ServiceNow. This will be used to get the assets that belong to the user you are offboarding.||alm_asset||-||Optional|
|PerformPotentiallyHarmfulActions||Whether to perform potentially harmful actions, such as revoking user permissions and deleting the user. Taking the actions is necessary for a more complete offboarding process, and if set to False - the actions will have to be taken manually.||False||-||Required|
There are no outputs for this playbook.