If you need to revoke Redstor's access to your Microsoft 365 and/or Google Workspace data as part of the offboarding process, please follow the steps below.
How to remove permissions for Microsoft 365
1. Log into the Azure Portal with a global admin account.
2. Open Azure Active Directory.
3. Under Manage, click on Enterprise applications.
4. Search for the relevant applications (their names will begin with "Redstor Cloud to Cloud"). There will be one or more results depending on when you started using Redstor's cloud services, and which services you used.
5. You will need to repeat the next step for each application: Open the application, then under Manage, click on Properties. Click Delete to remove Redstor's access to this application.
Note: If you remove access to an application while you still have a backup set of it on the RedApp, all backups of that set will fail.
It is also possible to remove these permissions using PowerShell:
- Connect to Azure AD PowerShell:
- Get the list of enterprise applications in your tenant:
- Record the object ID for each application to be deleted (the names start with "Redstor Cloud to Cloud")
- Delete the enterprise application:
Remove-AzureADServicePrincipal $ObjectId '12345678-90ab-cdef-1234-567890abcdef'
How to remove permissions for Google Workspace
1. Log into the Google Cloud console.
2. Go to Apps > Google Workspace Marketplace apps > App list.
3. Open Redstor Cloud Backup and click on Uninstall App.
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