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SharePoint 2010 Full control Permission

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Is there a way to trim the full control permission level group when creating a group?    

This is what I am trying to accomplish:  when a site is created,  I will set up the site owners and give them  a customized full control permission level group.   There are a few things that we do not want the owners to be able to do within their sites.   These owners would be able to grant permissions within their site along with other things.  What I don't want to happen is that they turn around and create a new group and grant the full control permission level and put themselves in this group.  This would give them the permissions that we didn't want them to have.    Hopefully someone can give me some suggestions.

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Justin Smith earned 250 total points
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In Central Admin, go to App Mgmt - Manage Web Applications.  Choose your web app and in the far right of the tool bar should be "Permissions Policy".  This will allow you to edit.

Does that work for you?
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I believe it does,  Thank you for your help
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