tidy up windows 2003 AD

any way to revert to default rights, ever since i started to remove some users from domain admins and delegate them rights I have had lots of errors i know the little fixes to get the inheritence flags  but not to great sucsess

any health checks for AD?
mhamerAsked:
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Matthew MillersCommented:
What issues are you having?
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mhamerAuthor Commented:
admin user moved out of domain admins     cant edit existing users   (new ones are ok)  
known issue when moving from protected group

not able to authenticate a UTM device which works fine on any test Ad

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MRR045Commented:
You can use the dcgpofix command to revert back to the original version.
This tool is available in the %systemroot%\system32 directory on Windows Server 2003. Be sure this is what you want to do before doing it. Think about all or any changes that have been made to the default settings.

Mike

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mhamerAuthor Commented:
thanks used this in part with switches and once found seeting i liked alterd manually (for saftys sake)
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