In this article we will be talking how to protect and secure your information using Microsoft protection suite. We will be more concerning on a new feature in the DLP for endpoint devices We will talk on how the information is created, edited and transferred outside the organization Table of contents What is information life... Continue Reading →


To authorize users, two attributes in Azure AD are used: proxyAddresses and userPrincipalName Your first check is to make sure that the users you want to use with Azure Information Protection are displayed. Then check whether the ProxyAddresses column is populated. If it is, the email values in this column can be used to authorize... Continue Reading →


The following command assigns or remove label to a shared folder Connect to azure online PowerShell Connect-AadrmService Get list of all PDF files only make sure to add the *.PPDF Get-ChildItem \\servername\foldername\*.PPDF -File -Recurse | Get-AIPFileStatus Note: Must add justification Get-ChildItem \\servername\sharename\*.ppdf -File -Recurse | Set-AIPFileLabel -RemoveLabel -JustificationMessage "The previous label no longer applies" Then... Continue Reading →


The following is general view for the Labels Azure portal View This is how it looks like labels on office How to connect to AIP module Connect-AadrmService how to connect to Azure Information protection PowerShell module The PowerShell is Connected This is how you classify the PDF Classify and Protect from explorer View PowerShell for... Continue Reading →


Applies to: Azure Information Protection, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 with SP1, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/information-protection/rms-client/client-admin-guide-document-tracking Your subscription must support it https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/information-protection/ When the document tracking site is enabled, by default, it shows information such as the email addresses of the... Continue Reading →

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