Apr 13 2020 05:34 PM
Apr 13 2020 05:34 PM
Title says it all. I'm testing Edge syncing for my company. However... where in the cloud is the data actually saved? How can I delete it and wipe out any data tied to a particular account?
Apr 13 2020 10:03 PM - edited Apr 13 2020 10:22 PM
it's stored in the Microsoft cloud servers, if you want to delete them, simply delete them from your Edge browser. the browser sync reflects any changes you make to your data back to the cloud and to all other devices that are syncing.
Apr 14 2020 07:29 AM - edited Apr 14 2020 07:36 AM
Thanks, but how do I get at them in the cloud? In an O365 enterprise environment we will end up with piles of orphaned data from hundreds of old users. I'm not going to sign in as someone and then go to Edge and manually delete everything.
This is company information that can contain favorites, history, passwords, etc. I need to be able to delete these administratively.
I've already looked through the privacy link you sent and the closest I can find is this:
However, users can easily switch between existing profiles in Microsoft Edge without the need for passwords. If they have access to the same device, users can get to another profile on the same version of Microsoft Edge without the permission of the profile owner. Removing the profile from Microsoft Edge settings will permanently delete browsing data stored on the device like browsing history, favorites, form fill data, and passwords. Data synced to your account may still be stored in the Microsoft cloud and can be cleared from the Microsoft privacy dashboard.
I can't log into the dashboard and neither can anyone else at my company. It's only for Microsoft accounts, not O365 enterprise accounts.
Can someone from the Edge team please respond? I don't think it's asking too much for control over my own company data.
Apr 14 2020 07:59 AM - edited Apr 14 2020 08:07 AM
Ah O365 accounts, I thought you were using personal accounts,
Synced data for Azure AD accounts is stored in secure servers according to the tenant ID. For example, the data for a tenant that is registered in the United States is stored in servers geo-located for that region and uses the same storage solution as Office applications. While the synced data for Azure AD accounts is encrypted before leaving a user's device, it is further encrypted when stored in the cloud.
but no info about how to delete them..
Apr 14 2020 08:08 AM - edited Apr 14 2020 08:09 AM
Thanks for the pointers. Sorry, I guess I should have added some more details. We sign in with domain accounts which are synced to Office 365. We don't use any state roaming or anything else and nobody has a true Azure AD account like P1, etc.. Obviously when I sign into Edge my sync data is going somewhere tied to my profile.
EDIT -- Looks like you beat me to it and are exactly where I am stuck. No info on how to delete the data or manage from an enterprise view.
Jul 22 2020 03:32 PM
Can someone from the Enterprise team please comment on this? I still cannot get an answer. If I am storing Enterprise data in the cloud I should be to see where it is stored and delete if necessary. Thanks!
Jul 31 2020 12:49 PM
If a user is deactivated or leaves the org, how can I delete their data? Or, if troubleshooting, how/where can I delete it myself to reset? Still silence on this. Hello, can someone from Microsoft please help?
Jul 31 2020 06:36 PM