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    Non-Office files when covered with AIP label or protection are getting additional sub-icon on the main file icon. But for Office files it is not the case. Issue: users can't easily find Office files in Windows Explorer that are covered with AIP labels or protection. They need to first open the Office file in Office Client or AIP Client to make sure is AIP is in use. Second issue: it's not consistent for user experience when non-Office files are getting additional marking on file Icon, bot Office files don't. Please add the sub-icon to Office files, too.

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    Sebastian commented  · 

    AIP Client is not a WIP-aware app. Issue: users can't open in AIP Client the WIP encrypted files, incl. non-Office files. As those two technologies should be working seamlessly together and in order to eliminate the need to exempt AIP from WIP policy, please re-code the AIP-Client to be an enlightened app.

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