In this case, you need to revert configuration by selecting the overridden configuration so overridden object will revert back to its inherited values. This way manually you can revert configuration one-by-one.
Also there is one more setting under Panorama, i.e. Panorama > Setup > Management --> Panorama Settings --> Objects defined in ancestors will take higher precedence.
This is disabled by default. This setting will replace all objects overrides across Panorama with the values inherited from the shared location or ancestor device group.
Select this option (disabled by default) to specify that the object values in ancestor groups take precedence over those in descendant groups when device groups at different levels in the hierarchy have objects of the same type and name but with different values. This means that when you perform a device group commit, the ancestor values replace any override values. Likewise, this option causes the value of a shared object to override the values of objects of the same type and name in device groups.
Personally i never used this option ever but yes i had followed first way to revert configuration manually.
Hope it helps!
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