MC285910: General availability of AIP client and scanner audit logs in Microsoft 365 Audit and Activity explorer

Previously announced in public preview (MC243214), Azure Information Protection (AIP) administrators will soon be able to access data in Microsoft 365 compliance center Audit logs and Activity explorer, in addition to the AIP Analytics (Preview) portal. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70600.

Azure Information Protection (AIP) customers can now access data in Microsoft 365 compliance center Audit logs and Activity explorer, in addition to the AIP Analytics portal. This means that all data logged via AIP client and AIP scanner can be witnessed along with the rest of the Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) data sets from native Office apps and other cloud resources.

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MC285906: Common attachment filter in anti-malware policy: Additional file types block by default

The ‘Common attachment filter’ option in the ‘Anti-malware’ policy helps the Administrator configure the file types (based on file extension) which need to be blocked in the emails. This block action is applied anytime the file type of any attachment in the email matches this configurated file type list. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85611.

We’re adding file types to the common attachment filter (default block list) of the Anti-malware policy with three new file types. Please refer to Message Center for the updated list.

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MC285905: Join meetings anonymously from Teams desktop app (across clouds)

Today, if you want to join a meeting hosted in a different cloud to one of your tenant, you are directed to use the Teams web experience. We are improving the experience to allow users to join meetings across clouds from their desktop app anonymously. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 86311.

Join meetings in other clouds anonymously from your Teams desktop app (across clouds). We will be enabling this in three phases. First, Commercial and GCC customers will be able to join meetings in GCC-High and DOD clouds. Next, we will enable GCC-High customers to join Commercial, GCC and DOD meetings. Then, we will enable DOD customers to join Commercial, GCC, and GCC-High meetings.

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MC285886: Reply to specific chat message in Teams Desktop

With this update, Microsoft Teams Desktop users will receive the long awaited ability to reply to specific messages in chat from the message actions menu. This will help bring more context into conversations. This feature has already been available on the iOS and Android apps. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81113.

When chatting in Teams, you will be able to reply a specific message. The original message will be quoted in the reply text box, helping everyone in the chat to more easily understand the message’s context. Quoted replies will be available in 1:1, Group and Meeting chats.

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MC285604: Microsoft 365 compliance center: General Availability of records management multi-stage disposition review

Multi-stage disposition review in the Microsoft 365 Records Management solution enables you to create a tiered content disposition experience with up to five stages of review. Multiple reviewers can be added per stage, and reviewers will only see items assigned to them along with contextual information about the file. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85591.

This update allows organizations to use a multi-stage disposition process, including multiple stakeholders and reviews before deleting the content.

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