I browsed the net and forum for answer to my question, but haven't met exact situation as mine.
I am owner of a Dropbox folder.
I have 5 member that can edit the folder (members of our company).
1 member left our team.
I want to remove him from members to whom the folder is shared. This is clear how to manage.
But I want more. I want all the files from this folder, to be deleted on this member's account/home PC.
I found a trace that I might be able to do this via "business Dropbox" option, but I'm not sure if I understand correctly the situation and what will I have to pay. I want to keep the situation as cheap as possible.
Can you suggest me a solution, of how to remove a person from share-members and delete the sensitive data from his Dropbox account (by this, I imply that sensitive data must be deleted from his PC as well) ?
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I can understand that text 2 ways:
1. If I remove, XXXX won't be able to see future changes to this folder... but that implies that he keeps the old version of files.
2. If I remove, XXXXX won't be able to see future changes, and he'll lose current folder with all it's content.
Which is correct ?
For future readers of this topic.
Me, the owner of the shared folder.
I logged in on dropbox web-site, and removed the account from sharing the folder.
I left the check-box "let him keep a copy" unchecked, and as a result - the folder was deleted from the PC, on which he logged his dropbox account.
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