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Update SPO to be aware of classification and labeling and support actions to label and protect content based on AIP policies

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    AdminTom Moser [MSFT] (Sr. Program Manager, Microsoft - Azure - Msip) shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Stan Shkolnik commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I hope this would address all the current limitations for SP IRM?

        - You cannot use the default or custom templates that you manage in the Azure portal.

        - Files that have a .ppdf file name extension for protected PDF files are not supported. Files that have .pdf file name extension and that have been natively protected by Rights Management are supported when you use a PDF reader that natively supports Rights Management.

        - Co-authoring is not supported. Because you must check out and download a document in an IRM-protected library, one person can edit it at a time.

      • Ken Layton commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Classifying and labeling content is fine, but protecting content in SPO libraries with RMS policies whose entitlements differ from the SPO libraries ACL's is problematic. Additionally, if the protection is not applied in a "Just In Time" fashion then it may interfere with the search and index capabilities of SPO. What really needs to happen is the IRM enabled library feature needs to be updated to support more formats and be based on conditions not just a binary switch.

      • NRG commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        AIP RMS support so SPOL is not 'Blind' to AIP RMS docs introduced into Doc Libraries

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Align the sharing visual user experience with the same flow and sharing UI as in SharePoint, OneDrive, and OneDrive local sync. These are flows and dialogues many users area already familiar with however the AIP UI seems to use a custom looking box, an AD directory browser that returns odd results etc.

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