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Hello all,

 

how is AIP and IRM integration at the moment ? Last time i checked this there were some issues with AIP protected documents in IRM protected libraries meaning that id a document was already protected by AIP IRM would fail. in the event that you

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The problem between AIP and IRM protected Libraries is that IRM applies encryption on download, no matter what the content is. These IRM libraries don't expect uploaded c

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Is there a way to prevent RMS/IRM protected emails from being sent externally?

We unsuccessfully tried using an Exchange Transport rule to block emails sent externally when the MessageType = Encrypted (the emails still are sent out).

The goal is to use RMS/

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Funny, customers usually care about the opposite scenario :)

 

I believe the "encrypted" option for message type refers to S/MIME, for RMS/AIP protected messages try creati

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Is there a way to prevent the "Do Not Forward" template from appearing in Outlook and OWA? The requirement is to only use the two built in Internal Company templates (Confidential and Confidential View Only).

Thanks!

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The  Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has an October 2017 (or later) date at the top of the article.

 

The doc updates this month continue to support the release announcements from Ignite 2017

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Hello again to our Azure Information Protection community and welcome to the Cloud App Security community!

 

If you’ve been following our journey, you must be aware that we’re actively working on deepening the integration between these services to enable

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We mentioned the Azure Information Protection scanner in our Ignite blog and demonstrated how it works in this Ignite session. We’re very excited to announce that the feature is now available in public preview. We hope that this helps you manage and prote

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Thanks Eric, I wasn't at Ignite so I'm checking out the session replay now.

Howdy Guys,

 

The Azure Information Protection service now supports different language packs for the AIP Label classification and Protection classification details within the Office clients and AIP client with Windows.  This is all being managed through t

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We made some exciting announcements at Ignite that help you protect your sensitive information regardless of where it’s stored or shared. For detailed information on new capabilities in Office 365 Message Encryption (OME), please read this Office 365 blog

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Hopefully, you saw at Ignite the awesome new set of capabilities that are coming with Azure Information Protection. Following up from the announcement that we would have a public preview of Conditional Access, we wanted to provide some more information ab

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Hello again to our AIP community! In case you missed it, you can find last month’s posting here and of course, we’re listening to your feedback and feature requests. Speaking of which, it’s been a busy month with a HUGE set of updates to both the client a

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At Ignite, it was announced that the Labels in Office 365 security and protection centre and the Azure Information Protection Classificaitons will become the same set across the products.

I was wondering how this impacts the configuration in SharePoint as

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Hi,

 

Need advise on below questions on AIP licensing.

 

My customer is using O365 Business Essentials - 30 users. He want to use AIP for IRM. 10 users out of 30 will be using AIP to protect the information, rest will only consume the information.

Questions ar

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If it's avaialble under Billing -> Purchase services in your O365 admin center you should be able to buy and mix/match it. Note however, that the Office Business suite (t

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Hi,

I'm having difficulty trying to implement this where the o365 global admins (and who do not have read access to the file), would be the ones using the auditing tool.

 

I'm assuming I would only install the Track and Revoke AIP tool on the admin PCs, but

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This is basically what I am trying to achieve.

Could someone clarify the Owners and Authors? ie. from the Azure Classic Portal; Authors has FULL Control. When configuring

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Hi,

 

I am told that if you protect any document with AIP and then save it as PDF, the protection is gone.

 

I created a document with a custom label with following permissions.

 

View Content, edit and save, Print

 

Recipient got the document , he couldn't copy

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Don't give him permissions to Print. It's not just PDF you will have issues with, thare are many other "virtual printer" applications that can convert filetypes to differ

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Hi all,

I hope you don't mind me sharing this here. I've done a little brainstorming on AzureIP and SharePoint Online. Including SharePoint IRM. I saw some discussions here as well. Hope that Ignite will provide us with some more information.

I'd like to he

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Hi Albert,

 

That was interesting blog. Hopefully there would be good news about AIP, integration with SharePoint Online and also office online maintaining AIP labels durin

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At the risk of sounding like a total noob. I wanted to ask to clarify some issue I am having when setting up Azure RMS.

 

I am in the process of setting up Azure RMS with our Exchange Online and SharePoint Online.

I have enabled RMS in Office 365 (azure)

I ha

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Hi Adrian,

SharePoint IRM and Azure RMS are related, but they are not same.

 

With Azure RMS, you create Azure RMS templates and apply them to the documents. The rights you

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Hi Adrian,

Azure RMS and SharePoint Azure IRM are related but not same.

 

With Azure RMS, you create RMS templates and apply them to the documents, rights are applied on the

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OK, so I've figured this out. IRM doesn't explicit work with Azure RMS templates. It basically keeps the SharePoint Online permissions to the file. This means that if the

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Ok, so documents protected using Azure RMS templates are not searchable. What is your experience with using Azure RMS protection in your organisation? In our case majority of the documents will end up with Confidential policy (employees can read or edi

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Well, seems I misundestood this as a question. As Dean mentioned in the other thread, Microsoft is already working on better implementation of RMS in SharePoint, includin

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I cannot find any clear instructions on how to enable RMS for MacOS computers using Mac Office 2016. I can use labels in Outlook 2016 for mac to send encrptyed and not forward emails. 

 

However, I cannot protect any documents in Word, Excel etc of Office 2

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I am testing Azure Information Protection. I have a policy that applies a label automatically, if it finds a SSN. In emails, the label gets applied when only the number is added. In word I have to put in the word SSN and the number before the automatic la

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The Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has an August 2017 (or later) date at the top of the article.

 

Updates this month support the recent service updates, and information about the current

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This month's update brings some additional improvements on the AIP blade, which makes it possible to ditch the old portal altogether. Some other management improvements listed below:

 

  • We have completed the move to Azure Portal, and admins can now edit temp
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As some of you might know, the current version of the AIP client doesnt have any "LogOut" or "change account" button, and also doesnt support multiple accounts. This can be an issue in some cases, where for example you have multiple O365 accounts or have

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Yep. Voted as well.

Good stuff!

Voted mate!

If you can't currently sign out of the AIP client, what is the best way to unprotect a document with an administrative account using PowerShell? Will I have to log into the computer with an unlicensed account so that the AIP module prompts for credentials

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Have you checked the documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/information-protection/rms-client/client-admin-guide-powershell

 

The module can use both interact

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The Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has a July 2017 (or later) date at the top of the article.

 

Updates for this month include supporting documentation for the new and updated options in t

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Hello again to our AIP community! If you missed it, you can find last month’s posting here and of course we’re listening to your feedback and feature requests. Speaking of which, it’s been a busy month with updates for admins and end users, so let’s take

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