Scheduler task to disable inactive User

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What does it do?

This extension integrate a scheduler task to disable backend user after a configurable amount of time.


Simply install the extension with Extension Manager or composer composer require svenjuergens/disable_beuser


After installation you have the possibility to exclude single user from the scheduler task.


Optional: You can set an individual HTML E-Mail Template in ExtensionManager Configuration


Task Configuration

Input field: "Time of Inactivity to disable Beuser"

Here you have to set a time span e.g. "1 months". You have to use a correkt (PHP) Date/Time Format.

valid examples are:

  • 1 day
  • 1 week
  • 1 month
  • 1 year
  • 10 days
  • 10 weeks
  • 10 months
  • 10 years

invalid examples are:

  • ein Tag
  • 1 Woche
  • one months

Background: The scheduler task create a Datetime Object and subtract the time span from "now".

Input field: "Notification Email (optional) "

If you set an email address you get the date and a list with disabled user from the task. (Separate Mails with ";" )


Input field: "TestRunner (optional) "

with this field checked, you only make a test run and no user status where changed