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MC441065: Microsoft Purview | Information Protection: Maintain label when creating PDF files from VBA in Office apps (preview)

As recently announced, Microsoft Office is shipping a new feature that enables PDFs created from Office using Export to PDF to inherit the source document’s labels or encryption. Some VBA add-ins may need to be updated to avoid issues when post-processing an encrypted PDF. With this rollout, we are introducing a temporary mitigation to allow …

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MC428256: Microsoft Purview | Exact data match to support 10 primary (searchable or indexed) fields

We’re rolling out an update for exact data match (EDM) sensitive information types (SITs) that will enable organizations to configure EDM SITs to include more primary fields. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 98094. Organizations will be able to configure Exact Data Match (EDM) Sensitive Information Types (SITs) to include up to …

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MC424416: Information Protection: Apply granular conditional access policies to SharePoint Online sites via sensitivity labels

With this update, administrators will be able to use Conditional Access policies and associated sensitivity labels to require additional user authentication for accessing sensitive SharePoint sites when the user’s context does not meet the requirements of the site. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs 82115, 82163, and 85979. Admins will have the …

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Announcement: Azure Information Protection Client 2.14.90.0 is now available

Microsoft announces that the Azure Information Protection Client 2.14.90.0 is now generally available! Install the Azure Information Protection unified labeling client (AzInfoProtection_UL) for labels that can be used by macOS, iOS, Android, and that don’t need HYOK protection. The Azure Information Protection classic client was deprecated in March, 2021. To deploy the AIP classic client, …

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MC420052: Microsoft Purview Information Protection: Maintain protection when creating PDF files from Office apps (GA)

Currently available in public preview (MC387639), we’re introducing the ability to maintain label and protection for PDF files created from Microsoft Office apps. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88516. Labels and protection applied on Office documents will be persisted to the output file when converting to PDF in Word, Excel, and …

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MC420058: Microsoft Purview | Information Protection: New out-of-the-box trainable classifiers with auto-labeling support

We’re rolling out several new out-of-the-box pre-trained classifiers for use within Microsoft Purview Information Protection, Data Lifecycle Management, and Data Loss Prevention solutions. These classifiers can be used to discover and auto-classify sensitive content across categories such as IP/trade secrets, healthcare, operations, financial information, and HR-related information. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap …

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MC412835: Microsoft Purview | Information protection: Co-authoring encrypted documents on mobile devices (GA)

Currently available in public preview (MC337330), the ability to co-author Microsoft Purview Information Protection encrypted documents on both Android and iOS mobile devices will soon be generally available. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 98089. Multiple authors can edit labeled and protected documents in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint simultaneously, frictionless, and with …

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MC412375: Microsoft Purview Information Protection: Sensitivity labels now apply to modified documents (WXP on PC and Mac)

Currently available in public preview (MC393822), default labeling policies can be applied to any supported document that a user edits, not just a new document. This update applies to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on PC and Mac platforms. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93209. Users with default labeling policies will …

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MC411677: Microsoft Information Protection: Maintain label and protection when creating PDF files from VBA in Office apps

This feature is for VBA developers who use Office fixed format export functions to create PDFs from documents with sensitivity labels and encryption. By default, all PDFs created using Office’s fixed format export functions will automatically inherit the source document’s label or encryption. Some VBA add-ins may need to be updated to avoid issues when …

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MC402123: Microsoft Purview Information Protection – Public preview of Credential SITs

Now rolling out to public preview, we’re adding new Sensitive Information Types (SITs) to allow your organization to detect credential patterns (such as access keys, tokens, general passwords), as either individual patterns for specific detection or a bundle of all credential patterns for holistic detection. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88941. …

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MC395207: Plan for Change: New APP biometrics settings and authorization requirements for Android devices

Currently, our biometric settings do not distinguish between Class 2 and Class 3 Biometrics. With Intune’s July (2207) service release, we are modifying fingerprint and biometric settings for Intune app protection policies (APP, also known as MAM) that apply to Android devices to accommodate Class 3 Biometrics.

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MC395209: Microsoft Purview Information Protection – Manually apply and edit sensitivity labels on PDFs in Adobe Acrobat (preview)

As recently announced at Microsoft Build, Microsoft Purview multi-cloud and extensibility capabilities are expanding to include native classification, labeling, and protection capabilities for Adobe Acrobat to help secure PDF documents. Users will soon be able to apply Microsoft Purview Information Protection labels and policies to their most important documents within the desktop version of Adobe …

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MC395208: Public preview: Configure a label to apply S/MIME protection in Outlook

Updated September 12, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience. Coming soon to public preview, Outlook clients will support S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) signature and encryption as a sensitivity label outcome for built-in labeling. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93199. Outlook clients will support …

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