I have a simple question and I think I already have the answer but its just to confirm.
I am an admin on sharepoint, and we have a office365 admin as well. The thing is, my team work with sensitive information that they dont want the office365 admin to check it. They dont have any problem in me seing the info but they dont want him to check it.
I think I found a solution but I just want confirmation. I did the following:
- Create a new Library.
- Stop inheriting permissions for that library.
- Create manual permissions for that library (me and colleague's only).
- Go to some folders inside the library and click on share, manage access and make sure the other admin is not there.
- Create a new sharepoint admin and check if he can see the library on site settings, he cannot.
My question is, apparently everything works as I intended, but can someone please confirm if the office365 admin could see more than we can?
Or can he find out about the library being used there and potentially check the content(change the permission for him for example) of the library?
Its sensitive information (like salary, personal files, etc.).
Thank you for your help.