You can delete a permission that includes a specific administrator user or group, a specific role, or a specific access group.
If you remove the last permission for an administrator user or group, that administrator user or group is also removed. Because at least one administrator must have the Administrators role on the root access group, you cannot remove a permission that would cause that administrator to be removed. You cannot delete an inherited permission.
- In View Administrator, select .
- Select the permission to delete.
Option Action Delete a permission that applies to a specific administrator or group Select the administrator or group on the Administrators and Groups tab. Delete a permission that applies to a specific role Select the role on the Roles tab. Delete a permission that applies to a specific access group Select the folder on the Access Groups tab.
- Select the permission and click Delete Permission.