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You have a classic case of an orphaned SharePoint user. SharePoint stores all users as list items in a SharePoint list. If you just want to remove a single orphaned account - open this url http://SP_SITE/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0 and remove the user manually. If you want to do a proper cleaning - you will probably need a powerShell script. ...


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I would not use the old ASMX service. On SharePoint 2016 you should be able to use the Search REST API and specify the People Result Source for your SourceID. I haven't looked in a while but the OU would depend on how you have configured the import. Is there another attribute you can use to accomplish the same end goal, like Department?


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In order to remove the disabled users, “My site clean-up Job” should be enable. We enabled the job and run successfully.


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