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Deleted members of a shared folder. Does that mean they have no copy of folder info now?

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Deleted members of a shared folder. Does that mean they have no copy of folder info now?

Explorer | Level 3
I’d like to ensure that two deleted members of a shared folder do not have access to (or have a copy on their computers) of any information within the previously shared folder. Is it enough to have removed them from the shared folder? Or do I need to do something else please?
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Re: Deleted members of a shared folder. Does that mean they have no copy of folder info now?

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@Paddington wrote:
Is it enough to have removed them from the shared folder?

That will depend on whether you elected to let them keep a copy of the folder or not. It's one of the options when you remove a member from the share.

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Re: Deleted members of a shared folder. Does that mean they have no copy of folder info now?

Super User II
Super User II

@Paddington wrote:
Is it enough to have removed them from the shared folder?

That will depend on whether you elected to let them keep a copy of the folder or not. It's one of the options when you remove a member from the share.

95e5cb6dc9c271176db31448f31d6c93.png

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