SharePoint Content Types as Sensitive Information Types

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I know that through Powershell you can create a DLP Policy that refers to SharePoint Content Types, but is anyone aware of a way to make it a selection for creating your own Sensitive Information Types? This would allow it to be used in labelling as well as DLP. The current process of enabling managed properties and Powershell is too complex for SharePoint admins as well as Compliance Officers and they should automatically be published into Sensitive Info types in my option or at least have a check box or wizard for selecting them. Content Types would be so much more accurate than regular expressions and keyword matches.

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