This article provides information on the Orphaned Users report.
Syskit Point detects users that have been disabled or deleted in Azure AD, but still have access to SharePoint content, which could lead to security risks in case they become active again.
The Orphaned Users policy is a tenant-wide policy, and it cannot have task delegation enabled. That means that no tasks are created to resolve this policy violation, and no emails are sent to collaborators.
The orphaned users are still detected and shown on the Security and Compliance dashboard. This means that Syskit Point detects a vulnerability on a workspace based on the applied policy, but it does not create tasks or send any emails to collaborators.
The purpose of this is to assist Syskit Point admins by bringing awareness of potential issues in their Microsoft 365 environment.
On the Security & Compliance dashboard, click the Orphaned Users button to see the report.
The Orphaned Users screen opens, showing a list of all users that have the sign-in blocked or are deleted from Azure AD without having their SharePoint permissions revoked.
The report itself provides information on:
User (1) name
Detected (2) - when the policy violation was detected
Username (3) - the email of the blocked users
Manager (4) - the name of the person that manages this user
User Status (5) - status of the user (removed or disabled)
Workspaces (6) - the number of workspaces this user is a member of
You can complete the following actions for the policy violation:
Accept Risk (7) - this means you will close the policy violation without making any changes to the current state of the workspace
Remove User (8) - this will remove the user from the SharePoint site and connected groups, and resolve the policy violation
By selecting all (9) or more than one user, you can perform the bulk action for Remove User (10) or Accept Risk (11).