GPO Permission

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      Need help on how to deny gpo for a specific user in powershell using set-gppermission command?

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        Thanks for the tip, but this help is not helping me. I want to deny a GPO only for one user in an OU. I can do this in GUI by clicking the advanced tab for that user and then select deny against apply GPO setting. I want to accomplish the same in PowerShell.

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      Looking at that link it looks like this is the parameter you want to be testing.

      -PermissionLevel
      Specifies the permission level to set for the security principal. The valid permission levels are: GpoRead, GpoApply, GpoEdit, GpoEditDeleteModifySecurity or None.

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      Thanks for your time.

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