Here is a small introduction to my Situation:
For the sake of an example, I'm running a small IT firm developing really nice banana Software solely on MacBooks. My employees, mainly lazy monkeys, are allowed to link iCloud with their private Apple ID. One day, one of my employees decides to leave my Company, though refuses to deauthorize his iCloud account.
Since my IT admin doesn't think that deauthorizing the iCloud account is necessary, he simply wipes the MacBook and calls it a day. Sceptical me does a little Research and finds the following link:
One Comment states:
This is not entirely true. If you do not remove your iCloud account from your old device, it will remain with that device. Our company sold our fleet of Mac Air's and a few had iCloud set up. These machines were all wiped and re-imaged, then sold. The new users never set up iCloud so that account is blank. HOWEVER, we still had access to those sold machines via iCloud! We could wipe and/or lock at-will, even after removing that device from your iCloud account. Annoying and potentially dangerous. You have to have the new user create a new iCloud account and request approval from the old user to proceed. Ridiculous! We ran around in circles with this problem when a few of our employees noticed they could track their old Mac's after sold. Oops. Now we know disassociating before sale is imperative.
So here is my question:
Is my former employee still able to remotely wipe the MacBook?