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  1. Enable to set the same label to a different scoped policy

    Enable to set the same label to a different scoped policy.
    Currently, one label can be assigned to one policy. it is impossible to set following.

    "Scoped Policy 1"

    - Label A
    - Label B
    - All documents and emails must have a lavel: ON

    "Scoped Policy 2"
    - Label A
    - Label B
    - All documents and emails must have a lavel: OFF

    1 vote
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  2. Allow customers to disable Client Logs (\MSIPC\Logs)

    In FCI scenario, Client logs folder requires very large capacity.
    Therefore, We want to disable outputting the logs.

    e.g. many logs file are created in following folder.
    %Localappdata%\Microsoft\MSIPC\Logs
    %Programdata%\Microsoft\MSIPC\Logs

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  3. Warn when sending email to external recipients

    show a visual warning when sending an email with a specific label attached to the email or document document outside of the organisation.

    105 votes
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  4. Add a Help icon to the AIP bar and ribbon icon with a quick link to "Tell Me More" URL

    With a configurable help button next to the trash symbol in AIP bar in Word/Excel/PPT/Outlook, users can be supportedby forwarding to internal classification guidelines.
    Configurable would mean show (yes/no), and a freely definable URL

    12 votes
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    This is available in the built in AIP integration with Office 365 apps as a “learn more” option under the “sensitivity” button.
    This button URL can be configured in the Unified Labeling Policy.
    Currently it’s available in Mac and will be available later on this year once this capability reach Windows Office and OWA.

  5. EnablePolicyDownload=0 is easily overridden if an end user chooses to login

    We are looking at deploying AIP and will have a hybrid solution, AIP as well with AD RMS. We need to for non AIP licensed users to not see the label bar and they will continue to leverage RMS for protection. We have noticed with this key being set to 0, if a user chooses help, there is an option to login to AIP. Which in turn changes the key to 1, which downloads the templates and displays the label bar. Now if a user decides to try and click on a label, they of course get an error message…

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  6. Don't hide the classification bar labels after selection

    Provide a configurable option to always show all label options, do not hide after selection

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