Need to have the limit of 100 site collections increased for inclusion/exclusion in a retention policy.
Need to have the limit of 100 site collections increased for inclusion/exclusion in a retention policy. To meet business requirements where they may be thousands of site collections but not all require the same retention policy, this is very limiting limit.
The 100 site limit exists for casehold policies too. It should be raised too. Our company has the need to handle around 10000 onedrives in case hold policies and need to have around the same ammount of exeptions in retetnion policies, with the current limits this is far away from an efficient workflow.
This is very much needed, I have many customers with over 1000 projects and each should be assigned (or excluded) to a different retention policy scheme. This limit needs to be increased asap, as the current limit is simply not realistic. Also the Site Collection entity is the new standard for years now (de-emphasizing enormous sub site structures in one SC), so limits on these entities should be increased as well.
Barry Compton commented
We definitely need this as well, not just an increase in limits but an easy way to select/apply these policies to a large number of specific sites.
Thomas Gfeller SBB commented
Same here. We have over 10000 SP sites and need to include only about half of it in the policy. The policy will notify the users when they save a document containing critical keywords on a public SP.
Peggy Kraft commented
For large organizations, the 100 hub limit per tenant is not sufficient. please increase the limit so that we can set unique global navigation for agencies and departments within the organization.
Trung Pham commented
To add to this, there needs to be an increase from the current 1000 recipient limit for S&C Portal Retention Policies. This is a very limiting limit for use cases that need to roll out a specific retention policy calculation to 10000+ explicitly stated mailboxes as we cannot apply the policy under the entire tenant. There are 10000+ mailboxes that will need to be out of scope of the policy as well.