I need to uninstall AAM, but even if I deactivate or uninstall AAM, the permissions I set with AAM still persist. For example, all site administrators have restricted access, but by default, wordpress gives admins all access.
Apparently, AAM must write something to the database that remains even if the plugin is deactivated or uninstalled.
Can you tell me how to remove that to restore the default wordpress access levels and permssions for admins, editors, publishers, etc?
Note: This is a great plugin, be we decided we did not need it for this particular site.
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