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(Still a good point)
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This page should probably also have information for users on what happens to the data for users who are unenrolled, as well as if they are accidentally unenrolled what data is preserved upon re-enrollment. --[[User:Mary Parke|Mary Parke]] 05:04, 18 November 2011 (WST)
 
This page should probably also have information for users on what happens to the data for users who are unenrolled, as well as if they are accidentally unenrolled what data is preserved upon re-enrollment. --[[User:Mary Parke|Mary Parke]] 05:04, 18 November 2011 (WST)
:Good point.  In my 2.1 servers, I have not unenrolled anyone yet. I just unenrolled Maree Anderson from the demo.moodle Water course. She had grades, they went away when I re-enrolled her.   Wonder if there is a setting to prevent this. --[[User:chris collman|chris collman]] 00:24, 20 November 2011 (WST)--[[User:chris collman|chris collman]] 00:18, 20 November 2011 (WST)
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:Good point.  In my 2.1 servers, I have not unenrolled anyone yet. I just unenrolled Maree Anderson from the demo.moodle Water course. She had grades, they went away when I re-enrolled her. I ran cron.php after I unenrolled her.  I looked in course and site admin settings and did not see anything about ways to prevent loss of data.  I did not go to the MySQL database and see how good a cleanup job Moodle did on the db.  I am uneasy writing anything on the basis of a one time demo.moodle test :)   --[[User:chris collman|chris collman]] 00:33, 20 November 2011 (WST)

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This page should probably also have information for users on what happens to the data for users who are unenrolled, as well as if they are accidentally unenrolled what data is preserved upon re-enrollment. --Mary Parke 05:04, 18 November 2011 (WST)

Good point. In my 2.1 servers, I have not unenrolled anyone yet. I just unenrolled Maree Anderson from the demo.moodle Water course. She had grades, they went away when I re-enrolled her. I ran cron.php after I unenrolled her. I looked in course and site admin settings and did not see anything about ways to prevent loss of data. I did not go to the MySQL database and see how good a cleanup job Moodle did on the db. I am uneasy writing anything on the basis of a one time demo.moodle test :) --chris collman 00:33, 20 November 2011 (WST)