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Hi @Tom Moser , Do we have any working example of email decryption functionality with the help of MIP SDK(C#)?Thanks.
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When you perform the unified labeling migration (steps here), the backend databases for Office 365 and AIP merge. Office 365 becomes the store for all of the labeling information, but you'll see that changes in AIP will show in O365 Security and Compliance Center and vice-versa. This migration is re...
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@Tom Moser Thank you for you answer. I was able to read published policy when I was creating it in O365 instance. But I'm confused right now. We have Azure Information Protection with access from Azure Portal and accessibility via RMS SDK. And we have separate Office 365 Security & Compliance portal...
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@OlegBulavchuk Hi Oleg, You'll need to make sure you've performed the unified labeling migration and published a label policy. The 204 is because there's no policy found. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/information-protection/develop/faqs-known-issues#error-failed-to-parse-the-acquired-compliance-p...
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Hello @Tom Moser, Thank you for your work. I'm now trying to develop small application for AIP in C++ for Windows. I'm now trying to list labels, but no matter if I build version from samples with token acquirement with pythopn or build my own getting tokens from powershell I'm allways getting error...
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