It is necessary to enable inheritance for all domain (ActiveDirectory) users, but the problem is that there are many users.
If you use the “Active Directory Users and Computers” and click the button (like on a screenshot) in each user’s settings, it will take a very long time
Whether it is possible to include inheritance at all users of the domain using powershell?
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Depending where you want to manipulate access rights you should work with groups instead of individual users. This way you have to change the permissions only once and later on you only add or remove users from groups.