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MOCC: Search for Existing Users

Introduction:

Vendor and district users will need to search for existing users in Michigan’s Online Course Catalog before creating a new account. This process describes how to locate existing accounts and remove the account if desired.

Details:

  1. Begin by selecting the User Management tab at the top of your screen.
  2. Next, insert the users name in the First Name and/or Last Name fields and then click the Search button.
  3. As a result the results table at the bottom of the page will either populate with the user account. If no account exists it will confirm that he or she does not have an account.
  4. Finally, if a user account is displayed and it needs to be removed, simply tap the icon within the “Delete” column. If you do not wish to remove the account, click the linked text within the “Name” column to view user account details.
    Screen capture of the Search User page with an arrow pointing to the Search button. The results grid show user profile information.

Last updated on February 25, 2020

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