Check the usage of the export result paths and validate the change above so that it doesn’t break your workflow.
Schedule & plan
Support for non-encoded special characters will be blocked - ETA: October 31, 2022
Making tenant name or tenant id a mandatory property for the current_principal_is_member_of() KQL function
Planned change in the current_principal_is_member_of() KQL function
The `current_principal_is_member_of()` function checks if the principal who runs the query is a member in any of the users, apps or groups provided as arguments.
Up until now, it was allowed to specify the AAD group details in multiple forms, including the display name of the AAD group, without specifying the tenant id or name, for example `current_principal_is_member_of(“mygroup”)`.
There’s a security risk in such usage, since if a user from another tenant has access to the database, he can create a “mygroup” group in his tenant, and suddenly get access to sensitive data, because he’ll now belong to “mygroup” (even though it’s not in the same tenant).
The secure way to do it would be to explicitly specify the tenant’s name or id, next to the group display name, e.g.: