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Faculty members should remove users from their project or subscription(s) once they are done working together.  This is an important step in ensuring your data is secure and accessed only by those you authorize.  



Deleting a User from a Project

Most of the time, a student will graduate and no longer need a CCR account.  In this case, please remove the user from your project.  To do this, login to Coldfront, click on your project, and click on the red "Remove Users" button.  




The list of all users on the project will be displayed and you can check the box next to each user you'd like to be removed:





Once you click the Delete button, the user will be removed from your project view.  CCR will receive notification that you'd like the account removed and we will deactivate it.  Don't worry - this action isn't permanent.  We do not delete user accounts until the student is gone from UB.  If you decide you'd like to add the user back in the project or that you made a mistake, just contact CCR help.


Deleting a User from a Subscription Only


There are times when a faculty member has granted access to a user on a subscription for a private cluster or server.  If you only want to remove the user from a subscription and not an entire project, click on the folder icon next to the subscription name.  



Click the red "Remove Users" button: 



Check the box next to the user(s) you want removed from the subscription, then click the blue "Remove Selected Users from Subscription" button.  Remember, this means the user no longer has access to THIS resource but will still be in your project and have an active account.  If you want the user account removed completely, please remove the account from the project detail page.




Once you click the Delete button, the user will be removed from your subscription detail view.  You will notice they are still listed under your project view.  CCR will receive notification that you'd like the account subscription information updated and we will take care of it.  Sometimes this involves changing access to SLURM associations so a user can no longer run on a cluster and sometimes it involves changing group access so a user can't login to a private server anymore.  Don't worry - this action isn't permanent.  If you decide you'd like to add the user back to the subscription or that you made a mistake, just add them back to your project


NOTE: Please only remove a user from a subscription if you don't want their account deactivated.  Students who are no longer at UB or collaborating with you, should be completely removed from your project(s) so that CCR knows to deactivate their account completely.