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Re-enable Users after Database Refresh





Enabling Users after a database refresh is a pain. Let’s automate that away.
Re-enabling users in UAT after a data refresh from PROD can be annoying, especially if  you have to be granted access to the environment administrator’s account. Let’s work through one way of creating a pipeline in Azure DevOps to re-enable a list of users using D365.FO…

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Re-enable Users after Database Refresh

Enabling Users after a database refresh is a pain. Let’s automate that away. Re-enabling users in UAT after a data refresh from PROD can be annoying, especially if you have to be granted access to the environment administrator’s account.

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Author: Nathan Clouse

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