The Nazis would force them to scrub the streets with toothbrushes to remove and past political advertisements that had been painted on the ground. They had these removed because the ads were promoting Austrian independence. Days later on March 18, Nazis marched to Jewish community centers and other Jewish establishments. They would quickly seize the buildings by raiding them and, shortly after, closing them down.
Later n May on the 24th there was the Chancelleries. This was an order given by the Gestapo to the Nazi generals, some of which were in Austria. This order was to go door to door of each suspected Jewish family and take the man of the family under arrest. They would usually be dressed in normal clothes when speaking to these Jewish men. They would tell them that they had to come down to the police station and answer some questions. These men were eventually put in a holding jail called
Greengages Prison where they were held until being loaded on to trains and brought to Dachas concentration camp. The men that were arrested were brought to the camp for forced labor and subsequently mass killings along with torturous behavior inflicted upon them. Once again the Nazi party had come down on the Jewish community and they did this by taking the men, usually the sole provider for their family and putting them in this camp, among other camps like Busch Wald and Chanteuses.
These arrests would take a huge toll on Vienna. Companies would lose business or be shut down. Family providers were gone. Families were forced to live in squalor or figure 2 out a way to escape. You would either have to escape or, early on in the takeover, surrender all of your assets to the Germans. This was a possible way to avoid being imprisoned or starved to death or just mentally and physically barraged in general.