The Force Enrollment using Login Script feature of ADSelfService Plus allows you to forcefully enroll the un-enrolled users with a login script. You can schedule the execution of a login script to enable force enrollment. Only after the enrollment, users can access other resources in their machine.
This feature also provides you with the ability to decide whether users of the entire domain or that of a selected organisational unit(s) and group(s) would be forced to enroll. This means, with this feature you can craft a strong deployment policy that fits your requirements to a T.
Note: To create/edit a Policy, navigate to the Configuration tab → Self-Service → Policy Configuration. You can either create a new self-service policy by clicking the +Add New Policy button, or edit the existing default policy. For detailed steps, click here.
You have now successfully set up a scheduler which runs the login script and forces users to enroll if they have not already.
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