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  1. Block downloading of files to local non-Domain machines from within Teams app

    Whilst I'm fine with users utilising Teams on their home machines for necessary video-conferencing (as we primarily use a VDI environment, which has issues with webcam quality due to the passthrough) I don't want them able to download files to their machines instead of accessing them within the secure Teams window. This functionality is already in the browser-only instance of Teams at teams.microsoft.com . Implementing Company Portal is simply not feasible when users are all working remotely, and for guest users already abiding by other Company Portal restrictions from other organisations this will them mean they can't use our Teams…

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    0 comments  ·  DLP & Transport Rules  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Allow Admins to rename DLP Policy Names

    Allow Admins to rename DLP Policy Names
    Once a DLP Policy is created, the name is grayed out.
    This means that a change of name will imply creating a new complex DLP Policy whereas, allowing a name change will save a lot of time and effort in creating a new policy due to a name change.

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