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remove all rights for a specific user on all exchange mailboxes

Is this a statement state of the art?
#Remove permission to all mailboxes for user $strUser
Get-MailboxDataBase | Remove-MailboxPermission -User $strUser -AccessRights FullAccess
#Remove SendOnBehalf of right to all mailboxes for user $strUser
Get-MailboxDatabase | Remove-ADPermission -User $strUser -ExtendedRights "send as"
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Jose Gabriel Ortega Castro

8/22/2022 - Mon
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@Alan ; No, it's not the case. Security has been set to user object. The main reason is the autoload of shared mailbox into Outlook. putting people into group do not work with autoload of sharedmailbox....

@Jose Ortega : question is does the statements will do the job they are supposed to do [REMOVE RIGHT FOR USER $strUser to ALL MAILBOXES AND SUPPRESS SEND ON BEHALF RIGHT FOR $strUser to ALL MAILBOXES AND, is it the best manner to do it.
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It does
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