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How do you undo a delegation made with the delegation of control wizard at an OU

Posted on 2007-11-29
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I went through the wizard at a low level OU, for experimental sake, added a single harmless right (read user info) to a generic security group (which contains only a very few people who are already domain admins), and then hit finished.  

I have since been unable to figure out how to undo that action?  I KNOW this was a harmless thing and it can be left as it is, without harm.  However, if this was a bad mistake, or some other crazy reason I wanted to, how could I undo it.
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In the ADUC's View menu, select "Advanced". Open the properties of the OU on which you delegated the permissions, and you'll find the "Permissions" tab just like in NTFS. Remove the group you've added.
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