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  1. In the 'Repository Server Permissions', I am in a group that has ALL 'Allowed' permissions. Unfortunately, I don't appear to have permission to deactivate a user. Using the command 'cm deactivateuser S-1-5-21-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx-xxxxx --nosolveuser', I receive the message 'You don't have permissions to deactivate user S-1-5-21-3325927102-2916226932-842127252-66320. You need to be repository server administrator in order to be allowed to complete this operation.' Any suggestions?
  2. I'm trying to deactivate a user with the command 'cm deactivate user'. Trouble is the user has been removed from the active directory and the ID has been replaced with a string starting 'S-1-5-21'. The response was "The user {S-1-5-21} does not exist. Maybe you have to use the flag "--nosolveuser" to deactivate a user that doesn't exist in the authorisation system anymore." What are the ramifications of using this command? Will it simply deactive the user?
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