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Suspend a user

Created by c.neale, last modified by zengenti on 17 Jun 2022

Suspending a user can be done by POST'ing an action with type 'suspend' to the user's actions endpoint.

POST/api/management/security/users/{userIdentifier}/actions/

Parameter

NameParameter typeTypeFormatDescriptionExampleRequired
UserIdentifierpathstringuser identifierFor convenience, User resources can be referenced by using one of several identifiers - username, email address or Id."82f73a9b-2a13-4d63-bcc1-e8ee5047b01c" or "t.durden" or "t.durden@fightclub.com"true

Example

Suspend a user

POST: /api/management/security/users/82f73a9b-2a13-4d63-bcc1-e8ee5047b01c/actions/
{
    "type": "suspend"
}

Remarks

Permissions

Member of System Administrators.

Responses

HTTP status codeReasonModel
204Success
403ForbiddenError
404User not foundError
422Validation errorError
500Internal server errorError
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