I have scripted out the entire eDiscovery process in E3 eDiscovery which allowed us to save time and money, and repeat searches with minor variations very easily. With Advanced eDiscovery, I am unable to do so. Please add powershell scripting support (or provide the documentation) so we can streamline our collection and export processes.174 votes
Currently users with the ediscovery role can run search for content and download that content. Using the New-ComplianceSearchAction -purge -softdelete you can delete this content (which we use for deleting spam or malware emails out of mailboxes). We do not want our security operations team to use powershell to complete these deletes so we have to write a gui to provide this functionality. Please enable the ability to complete deletes within the SCC itself126 votes
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A keyword limit of 20 terms has recently been instituted in the Compliance Center eDiscovery searches. This limit is far too low and should be returned to an unlimited number of keywords (or at least a much higher limit like 100 keywords). This is negatively impacting the ability to do more complex searches in the Compliance Center.61 votes
This has improved, and will continue to improve over time.
Provide a mechanism to programmatically download the eDiscovery exports in Azure back to on-premise. Powershell cmdlets or command line parameters to existing eDiscovery download tool would suffice.58 votes
This is coming to Advanced eDiscovery soon.
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