Azure Information Protection – New advanced settings for AIP

There has been few new advanced settings made available for Azure Information Protection (AIP): Report an issue from the AIP client Pop-up in Outlook to warm, justify or block sending emails To implement these advanced settings you need to the Advanced Settings option available in the contextual menu of the policy   Report an issue To add the option to report an issue when end-user is using the Azure Information…

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Azure – Use Azure Information Protection to apply S/MIME protection (preview)

If you use Azure Information Protection (AIP) you can now use it to apply S/MIME protection. To enable S/MIME protection with AIP, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and reach out the Azure Information Protection configuration blade Then access the Policies\<the policy you want to configure> and open the the contextual menu (available at the end) to access the Advanced Settings There you have to configure the following settings and…

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Azure Information Protection – Central management for AIP Scanner is coming

The Azure Information Protection (AIP) scanner is going to be easier to manage: a central management for Azure AIP scanner is coming. This new capability is currently in preview; this means you need to use the Azure Information Protection preview client (version 1.45.32.0 or later) and the required Azure administration portal configuration blade (if this is not yet available in your tenant, you will have to wait as the deployment…

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Azure – Integration of PDF Acrobat Reader with Azure Information Protection is now generally available

It has been announced last September at the Ignite 2018 conference and in preview since then. Now, the integration of Acrobat Reader with Azure Information Protection is now GA. To take advantage of it, you have few things to do: Download and deploy the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader from https://get.adobe.com/reader/ Download and deploy the add-in available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2050049 You can also use the Foxit Reader available here https://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf-reader/ Download and…

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Azure – New Azure Information Protection Client available

The new Azure Information Protection (AIP) client (version 1.41.51.0) is now available for download here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53018 As part of the usual fixes, the new version includes support for central reporting, support for S/MIME or better handling for disconnected client (aka client which will not be able to connect to internet for a certain period of time). Also it no longer excludes MSG, ZIP or RAR files from the Windows Explorer…

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Azure Information Policy – You can now set permissions using All Authenticated Users or All users within your organization

Azure Information Protection (AIP) has been updated to let you set AIP Protection to either All Authenticated Users or All Users within your Organization. These specific configuration can be helpful when you don’t really want to restrict access to specific and limited set of user but still want to restrict what can be done with the content (permissions and expiration), or when you do not want to restrict the access…

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Azure – You can enable analytics for Azure Information Protection

This is a new capability being added to Azure Information Protection (AIP), currently in preview. You can now enable analytics for AIP. To do logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) and reach out the Azure Information Protection configuration blade From there you should see  Configure analytics (preview) under the Manage section From this configuration blade you can use an existing Log analytics workspace or create a new one; if you…

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Azure – New Azure information Protection Client available

A new version (1.37.19.0) of the Azure Information Protection Client has been released. You can download it from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53018 This version includes few updates and changes: Support for the ISO standard for PDF encryption. You need to configure the below advanced configuration to enable it and then keep the PDF format for encrypted PDF files instead of using the PPDF Labels applying protection are now displayed on Office 2016 clients…

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