Deleting or removing a zoom integration is exactly that; it removes the communication and authorization between your institution (or organization or department, depending on what levels you originally configured) and Zoom.
Once Step #1 is completed, Zoom has no target location for writing the recordings. Completing Step #2 removes the authentication between Echo360 and Zoom.
Procedures for these two steps are provided below.
Step #1: Uninstall the Echo360 App from your Zoom Account
This step does what it says; it removes the Echo360 app from your Zoom account so that there is nothing linking Zoom to your Echo360 institution.
- Log into your Zoom account as a Zoom administrator.
- Find the Echo360 app installed for your account.
- Click Uninstall.
To re-establish a Zoom integration with Echo360, re-install and re-configure the Echo360 App in Zoom (including adding the configuration token from Echo360).
Step #2: Delete the Zoom Configuration from Echo360
This step invalidates the authorization token so that it cannot be used to access any part of your Echo360 installation. While deleting the Echo360 app from your Zoom account is sufficient to stop the automatic video ingestion, removing the token from your Echo360 configuration is security best-practice.