Title: User Management from the ownCloud UI
Category: User Management
Link to Central topic (and/or GitHub issue if applicable):
Disable a user:
https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/12601 (I hope it will be in the 9.2 release)
Send password reset or activation link to new user:
https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/17398 and https://github.com/owncloud/core/pull/18485 (I hope it will finally make it to 9.2)
Password minimum Requirements:
https://github.com/owncloud/core/pull/26436 (is the merge accepted? Can in be solved another way?)
Quick summary of the use case: The user management in the admin UI leads to "inventive" workarounds for creating/disabling users and there are no minimum password security requirements. I know ldap, occ and enterprise edition offer some more options here, but it would be very nice to have it all within the ownCloud UI.
Problem it solves / why you think this is important: The group "inactive" is useless at the moment, I have to change passwords and email addresses in order to keep files & shares and not giving the user the option to get back access to his account.
If I create a new user, I have to send login credentials manually by email or another communication channel to new users.
I can not guarantee a minimum password security if a user changes his password, If someone wants to set "1" as password, its possible. I know this is an enterprise feature but imho there should be at least a minimum to prevent users from using 123456 or other very insecure passwords – I am not talking about automatic password rotation policies and stuff like this, just the simple basics of creating a strong password. We often talk about very advanced stuff (2FA and so on) but accidents often happen at the very basic things because some users do not care about security at all.