You can perform a
selective wipe in Device Manager if you only want to clear corporate data from
the device while retaining personal information and selected settings. A
selective wipe removes the mobile device management (MDM) profiles. All
packages pushed by Device Manager to the device are also removed. The device
can be re-enrolled at a future time.
Wipe command from the
Devices tab > Security menu > Selective wipe.
Wipe to undo the operation request.
for iOS and Android Devices
selective wipe from the if you only want to clear corporate data from the
device while retaining personal information and selected settings. The MDM
profiles and all packages pushed by Device Manager to the hand held are
removed. The device can be re-enrolled at a future time.
wiping an Android devices does not completely disconnect the device from Device
Manager and a user's corporate network. In order to break the connection
between the device and the corporate network, you also need to revoke the
for Windows 8 Devices
When you perform a
selective wipe on a Windows 8 device from Device manager, it will remove all
contents from the currently logged on user’s profile folder.
for Windows Phone 8 Devices
When you selective
wipe a Windows Phone 8 device using Device Manager, the following is removed
from the device:
- The enterprise
token that allows apps to be installed on the device by Device Manager.
- All Device
- All Device
Manager configurations that have been deployed to the device.