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After delegating control via the Delegate Control wizard in ADU&C, where can I modify/delete the settings that I just delegated?

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Found it myself...

IN ADUC, click on "View", then check the "advance features"

Right click on the OU then properties, then click the security tab, you should see the USER ACCOUNT that you delegated before. Therefore, you either remove the entire user from permission or modify it the permission.
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