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Remove permissions from users or groups in the targeted locations.
- You have connected to an environment as a Global Administrator, SharePoint Administrator, or Site Collection Administrator.
- Select the item you would like to perform the action on from the Explorer.
- Click Remove Permissions from the Security section of the Quick Actions panel.
- Verify the targets you are removing permissions from.
- Select the user(s) or group(s) (one type or the other, you can select both users and groups).
- Select which permissions to remove from the drop-down (see below for details).
- Click Apply (you can also Schedule this action).
- In the case that there are warnings or errors, they will be displayed with details in separate tabs near Results.
Remove permissions from the selected users or groups by removing them from existing groups, or by removing their explicit permissions.
- Remove from existing Groups: Allows you to remove the user or groups from a list of existing groups.
- Remove from Site Collection Administrators: Removes full control from the selected users to all websites in the target site collection(s).
- Remove Explicit Permissions: Allows you to remove specific permissions from the user or groups (i.e. edit, contribute, read). You can select whether to remove permissions from all subsites, lists, and libraries with unique permissions, from list and library content, or to break inheritance. Note:Breaking inheritance breaks the permission inheritance for the target objects only if they contain the role(s) you want to remove.
- Remove All Permissions: All explicit permissions will be removed from the selected users or groups, including the built-in and custom permission levels available in the target site(s).
- Remove from Site Collections: The selected users or groups will be completely removed from the target site collection(s).