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DC22
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Deleting files gained through Emergency Access

My spouse used Lastpass's emergency access feature to get into my vault. (All worked as advertised.) All my passwords and secure notes ended up in spouse's vault. The "emergency" is over, and spouse would like to delete  my passwords/secure notes to uncluttered his vault. Is there any way to do this safely--either from spouse's end or mine? By "safely," we want to ensure that my original vault is not deleted, altered, etc. Thank you.

 

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GlennD
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Re: Deleting files gained through Emergency Access

Hi @DC22  

 

Your spouse can revoke access and the folder that was created in your account with his info should be removed. If any of it was manually copied into the account those entries can also be deleted.

 

 

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GlennD
LogMeIn Manager

Re: Deleting files gained through Emergency Access

Hi @DC22  

 

Your spouse can revoke access and the folder that was created in your account with his info should be removed. If any of it was manually copied into the account those entries can also be deleted.

 

 

Glenn is a member of the LogMeIn Community Care Team.

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