Add option to completely disable Intelligent Service in Office
The recent update introduced pop-up suggesting to use Intelligent Services. But it only has Turn On and Not now buttons. Pressing Not now just hides it for some time and it will pop again (as it is said in the document related to this feature). Add an option to completely disable it. Would be great to have a kill switch for this tenant wide.
НЕХОРОШИЕ ЛЮДИ ИЗ MICROSOFT уже перестаньте лезть во все щели со своими "Интеллектуальными сервисами" ХВАТИТ!
Дайте возможность выключить эту гадость
Like the last poster, I am also having the issue of the intelligent services pop up wont go away, Office 365 - PLEASE ADVISE as I need to get into my outlook
Like the last poster, the intelligent services pop up won't go away, nothing happen when clicking Turn on or Not now and excel won't open. Please can this be escalated
outlook 2016 stuck on this pop-up to use intelligent services, nothing happens when click on either Turn on or Not now. please give us some option to disable this window from mac terminal asap
There are times when organizations like Microsoft make moronic decisions, which almost seem _designed_ to frustrate and infuriate their customers.
This was one of them: giving us "Turn On" and "Not Now", but not giving us "Never!" as the essential 3rd option.
I agree. I do some sensitive work sometimes. Not being able to turn this off completely would mean I can't use office anymore.
And to be confronted with a privacy statement that tells me my data is being used for marketing and advertising purposes, even for an enterprise office client; SHAME ON YOU MICROSOFT
Ryan Helmer commented
Cool idea for consumers, but "gathering content" on confidential business data--and your clients' data--is something we MUST be able to control. The current suggestion of disabling "Online Content Options" via GPO breaks all ties to Office 365 (no Sites, no OneDrive for Business, no Recent Documents, etc. in Office). We need a GPO setting that turns off Intelligent Services only, along with the pop-up suggesting to enable it.