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  1. OneDrive for Business unable to perform delete folder directly caused by Retention Policy

    Dear Microsoft,

    OneDrive for Business is one of the useful tools for cloud storage whereby end user should be able to folders (even got files inside) easily even being applied with retention policy.

    Retention policy is suppose used on backend which not suppose to affect on OneDrive for Business usage. We are have 500 users getting impact on this. (and i assume all users having this issue as Microsoft support tested having this issue - "behaviour")

    I was informed by Microsoft that this is by default preservation policy design behaviour, which I think this is not consider design behavior anymore…

    653 votes
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  2. Compliance admins should be able to delete labels marked as record

    Under Classifications, a label created and marked as Record cannot be later changed or, more importantly, deleted by any administrator. As an admin can remove a document from bearing the status of record, they should therefore be able to delete a label with Record status. The combination of Record and Delete after 'x' years is very dangerous - not to mention a department may update their requirements in time.

    199 votes
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  3. Allow the ability to delete a retention label definition in S&C Center if 'Record' classification

    If you've created a retention label in the Security & Compliance Center and have checked the 'Use label to classify content as a "Record"' checkbox, I would like the ability to delete the label under certain circumstances. If I've never used it, it's not published in any policy, I should be able to delete it. I've set up several "test" labels with this checkbox checked and there is no way (either thru the UI or thru PowerShell) to delete the label definition. Example: if you create a retention label and select the 'record' checkbox, save it and then immediately try…

    137 votes
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  4. Retention Policy - Office 365 Groups - Separate Deletion settings for Exchange & SharePoint workload

    Retention Policies for Office 365 Groups currently treat all resources the same (i.e. Exchange and SharePoint). We need the ability to configure email items to delete after X years, but not delete documents stored on SharePoint.

    132 votes
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  5. Record retention label - Disable "Record Status" toggling feature

    Based on Microsoft new feature release in Jan 2020, it allows user to toggle "Record status" to lock / unlock for a documents that are being applied with record retention labels. This feature is undesirable whereby it allows users with "members" rights to unlock and modify a record. We wish to have more control in terms of record handling and wish to disable this feature. Is there a way to hide this option from users and only allow site collection administrator to do so?

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