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How can I identify them? (I have access to MongoDB Compass) I would use the above link to connect your designer to the alteryx server via the scheduler token. In designer, you can go to options >> view schedules. Once you're connected via the token, you can view schedules:
How can I manage - specifically how do I remove - these Schedules? In the above screen, you would click on the workflow name and then hit the delete icon at the top. I don't recall if there is any warning, deleting may be immediate and permanent.
How were the users able to set up these schedules? (I would like to prevent this from happening again in the future.) Many years ago, the scheduler token was the only way to schedule jobs on the gallery. Once you delete the schedules, you could regenerate the controller token and that should prevent any future folks from setting up schedules (I've never actually tried this). Note that the schedules tab has a scheduled by field which should let you know who has schedules running.
I have actually been in there before, not using a controller token but running Designer directly on the server. We had a couple of devs who had that access at one point and I had to go and tidy up what they had done and move it to the Gallery.
What I didn't realise is that you could also add items from a client desktop.
It does also mean that you can actually see them in the Gallery if you look on the Migrate tab (at least you can in 2018.3).