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Remove Remote Operator

Remove Remote Operator

Remove Remote Operator

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ZFD 4.01 ir6 on NW 6.5 SP4b. I know how to add a remote operator using Tools-> Manage Remote Operator. However, this only allows me to add an operator. How can I see what current RO's have assigned, and how do I delete an RO?

RE: Remove Remote Operator

Use the same tool to delete the info, but to check who has it?

Can't think of a good tool to do a scan, but you want to scan the trustee rights of all the OU's, Workstations, and Workstation groups to find out who has the DM:Remote Control trustee right.  The tools I am thinking of either just check an objects atributes (which I didn't find anything good to do the scan on) or just check file system trustee rights.

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