Can anyone provide me a link and or a power shell script for Windows Server 2008 that will strip every folders permission away from the top parent? Currently one of our clients has file permissions so messed up with embedded admin privileges i groups that are located in sub groups of groups that no matter what we try we are not able to adjust permissions properly. I was thinking of just ripping the entire permissions out and then starting over and handing them down again properly. Inherited permissions have been removed from the sub folders under the parent but access is so messed up that I am unable to fix this correctly. Some how the domain administrator login is linking itself to the folders which it normally should, however it is allowing regular domain users the ability to view the folders contents even though they have no permission to the folder. Whether or not we set the owner of that particular folder with the right permissions it does not matter. So I am trying to come up with a fast efficient way to fix this since the previous company that managed this client just made up admin groups and gave admin access to groups within groups making it almost impossible to try and pinpoint where the problem is.