ios – Does doing an iPhone restore take away Alternate ActiveSync’s means to distant wipe a tool?


I work as a contractor and a consumer supplied me with an Alternate/Workplace 365 e mail account. I added this as regular mail account to my iPhone with out studying the small print and afterwards realised this might give my consumer the power to wipe my gadget remotely. This can be a drawback for me. Other than the small print, I didn’t get any notification or reply any sure/no questions on enrolling my gadget after I added the account.

I eliminated the account, however was nonetheless involved. So I erased my iPhone, after which restored my iPhone to an iCloud backup from the day earlier than I added this e mail account to my gadget. I didn’t set up an MDM coverage at any level. Will the gadget nonetheless be enrolled in a distant administration program with my consumer? Will they nonetheless have the ability to remotely wipe my gadget?

As a footnote, I’m not positive that including the account truly labored or truly did enroll my gadget – it couldn’t sync mail and if I am going into Outlook in a browser and navigate to Settings -> Basic -> Cell Units, my gadget just isn’t listed there. Nonetheless, it could be good to know what controls my consumer has.