Modifing some settings in HR system or in Quick Connect itself can easily cause massive deprovision of users.
If we have a problem on the PeopleSoft side that would result in de-provisioning a large number of accounts, we don't want to disable several hundred accounts...
There is "Stop data processing if" option that can be used for preventing such cases.
Let's try to simulate mass deprovision case. I changed scope in connection, launched deprovision step from UI and step was aborted before execution.
If we need notification, PowerShell can be used for getting results of workflow's run...
...and even get list of objects.