Users may uninstall AIP client to attempt to circumvent AIP or just because they find it annoying. If the default label could be applied to any documents in SharePoint or OneDrive could be applied even if AIP client is not present, it would alleviate this potential security end-run.
Typically, end-users will not have admin rights to uninstall applications, but some times it is inescapable, esp in a small business.1 vote
In current version only Word, PowerPoint and Outlook support visual markings in different colors. Visual markings that are configured for colors always display as black in Excel. In future versions visual markings that are configured for colors should displayed in color in Excel.2 votes
Will be available in versions newer then 1.40.15 which will be released in few months
When a user sets an AIP label, recipients can see the too many lines between Visual Markings and main contents of the mail,
So we would like to ask to reduce this gap,
please see the attachment for the detail10 votes
Update SPO to be aware of classification and labeling and support actions to label and protect content based on AIP policies205 votes
Remove the need for an add-in with a native AIP experience in Office 2016120 votes
Update Exchange Server and on-premises OWA to support AIP52 votes
Add new options in EXO DLP to interrogate and analyze protected attachments27 votes
Support for attachments in protected emails (with the same or different policy) is already available, support for protected attachments in unprotected emails is being completed (currently in testing).
Obfuscate the DLP AIP automation rules stored on the clients so users can't see them / leak then / work around them
Currently the policy.msip file is a plain text JSON file that can be viewed and edited locally. Customers have asked for this to be encrypted so it is not readable by users and other applications.18 votes
This functionality (Exact Match, which uses a list of keyword hashes as an input) is currently being built as part of the Unified Labeling platform.
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