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I have created a AIP UL label called "Secret" and published the label policy for a scoped/targeted users ( group of users) , but when a user (who is not on the scoped group) goes to the outlook under the "Encrypt this item" she can see this scoped label.
Can someone tell me why is that, I was under the impression only the scope users will be able to see this label.
The set of labels are as follows-
Secret label - has encryption
Internal - Dont have any encryption <- why this label is not display under this Encrypt
Classified - Dont have any encryption <- why this label is not display under this Encrypt
But when I go to Outlook sensitivity on the outlook ribbon, user s can see the labels as expected.
08-13-2020 07:06 AM
I m also confuse, no conflict policy as we are testing this only with POC user group and all policies has been assigned to this group only. I have cheek it multiple times.
Are there any way to find a specific label is public using powershell, so I can run and see is this Label is public?
08-13-2020 07:24 AM
I don't think PowerShell will be much help here as you only have the option with Unified Labelling to Set-AIPFilelabel, you don't have the option to Get-AIPFileLabel. You can Get-AIPFileStatus but this is not going to help you here.
I'd recommend opening a ticket with Microsoft as the next step and ask them to check into this for you.