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Member of adminstrator group stays as admin even though I removed it. Domain

Cant remove admin rights for 1 account that was member of domain admins, and restrticted group (built-in admins), it is not a member of aforementioned groups anymore but this account can install and elevate as admin on domain joined comps in what I used it before. new domain joined comps dont recognize him as admin and asks for elevation. Is it some sort of cache or what else? confused(

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Hi,
If there are any progress welcome to share here!
Any one who has experience on this will be appreciated to share here too!

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Hi,
I am checking to see if the problem has been resolved.
If there's anything you'd like to know, don't hesitate to ask.
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DSPatrick answered

Might clear out Control Panel\User Accounts\Credential Manager

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FanFan-MSFT answered

Hi,
Try to confirm if the admincount attribute of the user is still remain one, is yes ,change it back to zero .
When a user / group is removed from a protected group, adminCount attribute value will remain equal to one (1). Also; the owner, ACLs and permission inheritance status (Enabled or Disabled) will remain the same. Change it manually.
Logout and login in again to refresh the group membership.

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