First published on CloudBlogs on May 31, 2017
Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know what’s new and hot in the docs for May.
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Documentation for Azure Information Protection
has been updated on the web and the latest content has a
(or later) date at the top of the article.
Updates for this month include the supporting documentation for templates moving to the Azure portal. Miss the announcements? See
Azure Information Protection unified administration now in Preview
Azure Information Protection unified administration phase two
. We also have great news if you were one of the many customers who requested a .msi version of the client to install - this is now available to download but please do read the accompanying documentation in the
for restrictions and additional steps needed for this deployment.
The sharp-eyed among you might have noticed a new feature appearing on the Microsoft Docs site:
. You'll see this option at the bottom of the table of contents, on the left. This is a nice option for people who want to more easily reuse the online documentation, read documentation in sequence, or search just the documentation for Azure Information Protection. This feature was first implemented for Azure documentation, and now it's our turn. Unfortunately, we've had a few teething problems that stopped it from working when it first went live, but these should be fixed very soon. Give it a try and remember that the design and functionality of the Docs site has its own
where you can post requests/issues and vote on other peoples' requests.
Have feedback about the documentation content for Azure Information Protection? We value customer feedback and try to incorporate it whenever possible. If you have feedback about our documentation, let us know by emailing
What’s new in the documentation for Azure Information Protection, May 2017