"Discrete" Not totally, and its assuming you were not foolish and have not signed up private user emails to your DfB account.
To perform this you redirect the company email address the account is using to you, and then perform a password reset on the account, this requires receiving an email to the account email address with a reset link, and then your in charge of the account. Have a snoop and then redirect the email back to the person and play dumb if he ever picks up that his password was changed (he will just reset it himself)
this is really silly, administrator mean been created to control over everything and have the accessibility to everything in the company dropbox accounts... any storage management will give such feature...
Some people use Pro accounts for 'business' but DB only identifies "business accounts" as
"DROPBOX for BUSINESS" or DfB. In DfB each account has an "administrator" that can access almost everything...
Dear Risk M.
i have two accounts Pro for personal usage and business for the company usage and i can assure you that i am using the company account to access the other users files but with no access at all, i am a little bit confused regarding your last post especially the part " In DfB each account has an "administrator" that can access almost everything...", can you please advise how can i access the other users business accounts files and folders as i can access nothing unless they share the folders which really illogical since i am the company admin.
Ibrahim Y. : Dont worry about Rick M saying an admin can access everything, he has no idea.
Admins are account admins, not content admins, each account contains private files to that account, the only way someoen gets to those file is to access the account with the password.
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