About user account states
User accounts can be in a variety of states that require administrative action. The state of user accounts is listed in the Status column in the Directory > People page and on an user's profile page. The states are outlined in the table below.
Provisioned and deprovisioned are not user statuses. A provisioned user can be in any of the active states, as well as pending user action. A deprovisioned user is considered deactivated.
Accounts become staged when they are first created, before the activation flow is initiated or if there is some administration action pending.
|Pending user action||Accounts that are pending user action have been provisioned, but the end user has not provided verification by clicking through the activation email or providing a password.|
Accounts become active when
Accounts are in a password reset state when
Password Reset is considered an Active state.
Accounts become locked out when they exceed the configured number of login attempts which are set when you configure password policies.
Locked out is considered an Active state.
Accounts are in this state when you explicitly suspend them. Application assignments are unaffected.
Suspended is considered an Inactive state.
Accounts are deactivated when you explicitly deactivate (or deprovision) them. All application assignments are removed.
Deactivated is considered an Inactive state.