we are primarily (and very soon exclusively) using LDAP authentication.
We have a lot of users in the database who have not logged in for a while, or haven't accessed a course in a very long time (sometimes more than one year).
Is there any point in cleaning up those old accounts, especially as we are going to upgrade the platform very soon? Or will it have no effect on performance?
Our platform is set to automatically unenrol users who have not accessed a course for more than 365 days.
If there is a point, what's the best way to do this? My guess is using the "bulk user action" and filtering the users with "last acces is before" e.g. 18 months + selecting "never" + "last login" (see attached) then deleting them.
Am I right in assuming that "last access" means "last access" in any course?
I'd hate to accidentally kick out users who still use the platform.
TIA for any help.