Make AIP protected files searchable for ediscovery
currently any files protected with AIP encryption are unsearchable for eDiscovery. Please make these files able to be indexed and therefore searchable for ediscovery purposes.
Microsoft documentation indicates this is in place, however testing and subsequent interaction with Microsoft Support indicates it's not.
"Messages and attachments protected with Azure Information Protection, as long as they originated in the tenant where eDiscovery is performed, will be indexed and included with the indexed export."
Come on Microsoft. This should be standard.
Good Point SP. It would be great if there is solution implement on this.
I agree with being able to specifically identify and find ONLY Office Message Encryption (OME) content using the native eDiscovery content search capabilities. Looks like currently the only way is to export out the entire range of items that have an unrecognized format, are encrypted, or weren't indexed for other reasons (which can include vast amounts of other non OME data), which makes it challenging and cumbersome. This would really make OME processing much more efficient if we can find them specifically only (e.g., via a message class, message property, etc.) so that it eliminates using third party tools to even focus on this data only for decryption.
Aaron A commented
Currently there isn't a way to search for emails that were encrypted using OME. We need a way to identify that a message is encrypted. The use case it for intra-org encryption since the internal recipient would of received the email encrypted.
There is a mapi property on the message called content-class whose value of "rpmsg.message" identifies it was encrypted. Maybe that can be what is used as an option in the content search portion of eDiscovery.