Updated May 24, 2022: We have updated the timing of this change, below. Thank you for your patience.
We will be retiring the Get-AdvancedThreatProtectionDocumentReport and Get-AdvancedThreatProtectionDocumentDetail cmdlet from Microsoft Defender for Office 365. Instead, we recommend the utilization of the Get-ContentMalwareMdoAggregateReport | Get-ContentMalwareMdoDetailReport cmdlet, which is where we will continue to invest.
Note: if your organization is not using the Get-AdvancedThreatProtectionDocumentReport and Get-AdvancedThreatProtectionDocumentDetail cmdlet you can safely disregard this message.
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- Timing: retirement will begin in early May and is expected to complete by mid-June (previously mid-May)
- Action: review and transition to the Get-ContentMalwareMdoAggregateReport | Get-ContentMalwareMdoDetailReport cmdlet as appropriate
- Roll-out: tenant level
How this will affect your organization
The UI for the new report:
What you need to do to prepare
You might want to notify your users about this change and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
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Message ID: MC343433
Published: 16 March 2022
Updated: 24 May 2022