This document is not meant to replace any official documentation, including those found at docs.microsoft.com. Those documents are continually updated and maintained by Microsoft Corporation. If there is a discrepancy between this document and what you find in the Compliance User Interface (UI) or inside of a reference in docs.microsoft.com, you should always defer to that official documentation and contact your Microsoft Account team as needed. Links to the docs.microsoft.com data will be referenced both in the document steps as well as in the appendix.
All of the following steps should be done with test data, and where possible, testing should be performed in a test environment. Testing should never be performed against production data.
The Information Protection section of this blog series is aimed at Security and Compliance officers who need to properly label data, encrypt it where needed.
This document is meant to guide an administrator who is “net new” to Microsoft E5 Compliance through the following:
It is presumed that you already have a Sensitive Information Type that you want to use in your Information Protection policy. For the purposes of this document, I will use a copy of the U.S. Social Security Number (SSN) called “U.S. SSN – Numbers Only” that I created in Part 1 of this blog series.
This document does not cover any other aspect of Microsoft E5 Compliance, including:
It is presumed that you have a pre-existing of understanding of what Microsoft E5 Compliance does and how to navigate the User Interface (UI).
It is also presumed you are using an existing Information Types (SIT) or a Exact Data Match (EDM) you have created for your testing.
If you wish to set up and test any of the other aspects of Microsoft E5 Compliance, please refer to Part 1 of this blog series (listed in the link below) for the latest entries to this blog. That webpage will be updated with any new walk throughs or Compliance relevant information, as time allows.
We now will create our Default Label.
We will now publish our Default Label.
Publishing a Default label.
After waiting for the Default Label to be published, we can now test that it is applied to a new file. For our test here, we will use Microsoft Word.
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