If a user is removed from the Team Server, the user can no longer contribute to the model packages and projects the user was invited for, nor can changes made by this user be synchronized with the Team Server. Also, any claims caused by changes the user has made to the model packages and projects will be blocked, and need to be removed afterward.
If the user opens a model package or project on which the user has been contributing before being removed, or if the user tries to make changes to it when already open, a message will appear saying the user is no longer registered. The user can choose to close the model package or project or save it locally on a different location for personal use. For more information, see Team Platform troubleshooting.
If the user saved data using Enterprise Studio Online (hosted solution), this data will be lost.
The user who has been removed will be informed about this via the Activity Console.
If the user has been created using Azure AD, only removing it from Azure AD would be sufficient.
If the user has been created using a SAML-based identity provider, you first need to remove it from that identity provider, and after that manually remove the user from the Team Server.
If you use Active Directory for user authentication, first remove the user from Active Directory, and then synchronize the users in the Team Server.
For detailed information, please refer to Removing users and groups from the Team Server when using an external identity provider.
Removing a user
In the sidebar menu, click Users, and then clicknext to the user you want to remove.
Alternatively, you can click the user's profile icon, and then in the sidebar menu click Manage.
- In the Manage user menu, select Delete, and then click Delete. If the button is not present, the user has been added via an external identity provider, and cannot be removed.
- In the message window, click Delete to confirm.