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  1. Only emails must have a label

    We need the granularity to force users to apply labels to emails without them also having to apply labels to documents too.

    This would allow us to move away from third party products that are being used to label emails.

    This is really quite critical for us.

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    6 comments  ·  Labelling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Enable the use of custom sensitive information types in AIP

    Documentation page https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/information-protection/configure-policy-classification states that any custom sensitive information types that have been defined in Office 365 cannot be used in configuring AIP Labels. Please enable the possibility to use custom sensitive information types as well as the Microsoft defined sensitive informantion types.

    1 vote
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    0 comments  ·  Office 365 and EMS  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  3. 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

    1 vote
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  4. Enable AIP in Office Mobile Clients

    Integrate AIP functions into Office on iOS and Android

    190 votes
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    18 comments  ·  Mobile Apps  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  5. Integrate AIP natively into Office for Mac

    Integrate AIP into the Office for Mac client

    148 votes
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    Done  ·  22 comments  ·  Office Clients  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  6. 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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  7. Adobe Reader and Acrobat Pro support AIP

    Update Adobe Reader and Acrobat Pro to support AIP

    119 votes
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    21 comments  ·  3rd Party Applications  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  8. Dedicated admin role for Azure Information Protection

    Create an Azure Portal admin role that allows full access only to AIP

    80 votes
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  9. AIP supportability for Office 365 Business Premium Subscriptions

    Azure Information Protection is only supported for E3 and E5 plans at the moment. Business Premium supportability is critical as lots of our clients are obligated by this barrier.

    39 votes
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    9 comments  ·  Security  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    In the coming AIP September GA we will update the Office client requirement with the following:

    “Office 365 with Office 2016 apps (minimum version 1805, build 9330.2078) when the user is assigned a license for Azure Rights Management (also known as Azure Information Protection for Office 365)”

    This will allow the support of the AIP client to use protection labels in other Office subscriptions which are not ProPlus. This will require the use of Office clients which are newer then the version mentioned above and the end user should be assigned with the proper licence.

  10. Enable application specific labeling policies

    Enable configuration of sets of policies to different applications, for example Outlook versus Word/Excel/PowerPoint

    27 votes
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  11. Bulk data at rest scanning and analysis

    Provide a bulk scanning and ongoing analysis engine to scan data repositories

    29 votes
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  12. 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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    4 comments  ·  User Experience  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    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.

  13. OCR support to classify images based on images

    AIP Autoclassification for Images : Is it possible to run a script for images and do autoclassification. AIP will do image processing and can able to discover some words even it’s an image or document and then classify the document.

    11 votes
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  14. MCAS integration for conditional protection

    Allow MCAS to take actions based on AIP policies

    11 votes
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  15. 4 votes
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  16. Provide configurable retention policy for AIP logs

    Allow customers to define a retention policy for AIP Logs

    5 votes
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  17. Expose labels as document properties for use in customs headers

    All organisations I've worked for use document templates (mostly Word) with headers full of tables. In those tables the document metadata is shown, such as title, page numbers, document tracking ID etc. One piece of metadata is the classification label. To avoid having to set that label manually, it would be excellent to be able to extract the AIP label from metadata, and the format it in the usual way.

    It is usually not an option to use the markings feature of AIP, since it then looks like a two-year-old prepared the document. The headers are in the wrong place…

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    5 comments  ·  Labelling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is already possible!
    Just insert a field code in the document header, with the following value:{DOCPROPERTY Sensitivity}
    See https://www.howtogeek.com/217440/how-to-insert-built-in-and-custom-advanced-properties-into-a-word-document/ for a handy guide into how to use custom document properties in a field code.
    “Sensitivity” is the most useful field for a case like what is described in this request, but all other AIP field codes (prefixed with MSIP_Label) can be used as well.

  18. 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…

    2 votes
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  19. Revoke - Less than 30 days (user-defined permissions)

    Allow revocation of under 30 days for 'user-defined' protection.

    AIP is great for classifcation and labelling but the ability to offer IRM can be questioned across some controls.

    2 votes
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  20. Share protected/labelled documents externally

    SME...
    Protected their internal client documents. Great.
    Now what if they want to send one of these documents externally, the external recipient (unless they're using Azure and have permissions to open this) wouldn't be able to access the attachment!
    A custom policy that does that would be useful.

    1 vote
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    1 comment  ·  Protection  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Office 365 Messaging Encryption is already able to do this.
    If the content is sent via email (using Exchange Online) you can set the policy to automatically classify the email with the same policy in the document, which will in turn grant the ability for the recipient to open it without installing any software and without creating an account.
    If the issue is that the existing policy in the document does not grant rights to the external user, you can create a transport rule in Exchange which replaces protection with Do Not Forward or Encrypt Only (though of course, you will want to implement additional controls to ensure the data only goes to people you want it to go to).
    There are third party additions to AIP that allow users to request shareable versions of the content, if you want to implement the process above with some form of workflows…

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