How do I remove accidental deletion protection in Active Directory?
- Log on to the computer as a member of the Domain Admins group.
- Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
- Click View, and then click Advanced Features.
- First, clear permissions on the OU for which you want to remove protection.
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In respect to this, how do I get rid of AD organizational unit that is protected?
Navigate to the OU that you want to delete, right click on it and click on Properties. In Permission Entries, if the Deny entry option has been selected for everyone, remove it. Click OK to close the Advanced Security Settings. Navigate to the Object tab and uncheck the "Protect from accidental deletion" checkbox.
Beside above, how do I delete an OU group policy? Right-click the particular site, domain, or OU that you want to remove a GPO link from, and select Properties on the shortcut menu. When the Properties dialog box for the site, domain, or OU opens, click the Group Policy tab. Click the GPO that should be unlinked from the site, domain, or OU, and then click Delete.
Similarly, how do I delete deleted items in active directory?
Navigate to start and type dsac.exe. Open “Active Directory Administrative Centre”. In the left pane click domain name and select the “Deleted Objects” container in the context menu. Right-click the container and click “Restore” to restore the deleted objects.
How do I delete an organizational unit?
Delete an Organizational Unit
- Select the Organizational Unit and select Properties in the Tasks pane on the right.
- Uncheck the "Protect from accidental deletion" check box and click OK.
- Select Delete in the Tasks pane on the right.
- Confirm deletion of the Organizational Unit.