Understanding AIP & RMS Licensing Requirements

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Hi, I am trying to understand the licensing requirements regarding Azure AIP & RMS.

 

Our O365 Tenant includes a Mix of only Business Premium and E3 licenses.

We would like to deploy Azure AIP and the RMS portal features to our users. What additional licensing are required on top of our existing Business Premium and E3 licenses? I did some some research and information from different official sources seems to be contradicting each other.

 

https://download.microsoft.com/download/E/C/F/ECF42E71-4EC0-48FF-AA00-577AC14D5B5C/Azure_Information...

According to the link above, AIP is not available for Business Premium. But it seems our BP users are also able to protect information through the azure information protection client, as well as receive classification labels on their PC office applications. Is this supposed to be like that?

 

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/information-protection/

Our E3 users also do not have access to the rights management portal. Though if I am understanding the link above correctly, E3 should include Azure Information Protection P2, while Business premium should include Azure Information Protection P1. Is there something I am missing out here?

 

Also, if one of our users encrypts a document using custom permission left the company, Is there anyway for and administrator to take ownership of the file? If so, how?

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