- Updated now that Azure Information Protection supports the new Compliance data administrator role. Other articles that reference supported admin roles include this additional role.
Migrating from AD RMS: Migration phase 5 - post migration tasks
- Updated Step 12. Rekey your Azure Information Protection tenant key. This section used to recommend rekeying if your AD RMS deployment was using RMS Cryptographic Mode 1 and this recommendation has now been changed to a requirement, with the clear statement that a 1024-bit key and SHA-1 is considered an inadequate level of protection.
- Updated to reflect changes for the new preview version of the unified labeling client and introduce a new section for copying policies that is gradually rolling out to tenants. The Copy policies option becomes available after your label migration is complete and supports a copy (not synchronization) of your policies and policy settings to the labeling management portal you use (Office 365 Security & Compliance Center, Microsoft 365 security center, or Microsoft 365 compliance center). If you don't yet see this option, you can still read more about this new functionality: Copy your policies and policy settings
- Updates throughout to include changes for this month's new preview version of the unified labeling client, as documented in the version history. In addition, no support for content matches is added as a new current limitation for the unified labeling client and analytics. There are no changes to the section Features not planned to be in the Azure Information Protection unified labeling client.
Azure Information Protection unified labeling client - Version release history and support policy
- New section for this month's preview release: Versions later than 2.0.779.0
- Updated throughout for information about configuring advanced settings by the using Office 365 Security & Compliance Center PowerShell, with new sections for each scenario that the settings support. Even if you're not familiar with using PowerShell, the examples for each advanced setting should get you up and running with this new configuration method.
- New section added now that the preview client supports non-interactive sessions and a new parameter, OnBeHalfOf: How to label files non-interactively for Azure Information Protection
- The Servicing information and timelines section is updated for a list of general availability versions that are no longer supported with their respective release dates. This information was added to help you identify old versions of the client that might still be in use that do not support TLS 1.2 and will therefore no longer download the Azure Information Protection policy.
- New section to help you fine-tune the operation of the scanner for large files: Change the timeout settings for the scanner
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