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Firstly, you dont necessarily need to use the explicit 'Denied' permission to stop a user from being able to access a View. Them not being granted a permission (via group / user permission) will do the same thing. (as a denied)
So, if you want to reset the Views to the Workbook permissions, the options are
1. Republish the Workbook with the correct permissions set
2. Set the Permissions for the Project to 'Locked to the Project' in which case the permissions of the workbook and views will be reset to the same as the project.
3. If the options above are not possible (because each workbook in the project has different permissions), you could do the following
- Create a temporary project
- Set permissions of temp project to the permissions you want for workbook 1. (and lock the project)
- Move workbook 1 into project, which means it will now have the correct permissions.
- Move workbook 1 back to original project (which is unlocked). It will retain the permissions that have been set
- Repeat the above steps for each workbook.
- Delete temporary project
Hope this helps
Thanks much Glen !!