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    Scan domain for specific user permissions and remove...

    Title not that clear...

    I have various 'one-off' folder permissions set all over the domain for certain users. These users have since left the school, but I cannot for various reasons delete them. How can I scan all folders in the domain and remove specfic users from the folder permissions?

    Can it be done? Do I make sense?

    Ben

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    We dont tend to set permissions for individual users but instead create security groups and add the user/users to it.

    Then when its time to remove them, you just remove them from a group or delete the group altogether.

    Jon

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