We can see the priority levels of different label policies in PowerShell, however in order for me to be able to change it I have to log into the UI. Can we extend the functionality for me to be able to save a priority change through script?2 votes
Make the Get-LabelPolicy command DistributionStatus and DistributionResults properties accurate and meaningful.
Currently the DistributionStatus always seems to have a value of Pending and the DistributionResults is empty. It would be useful for the results to accurately represent the status confirming distribution across all SC&C infrastructure and SPO if the tenant has enabled AIP integration and any other integrations. This is a compliment to UserVoice it https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/928576-microsoft-information-protection-mip/suggestions/40866619-mip-publishing-sensitivity-labels-takes-24-hours4 votes
Would be great to have an option (a checkbox or something) in the Portal inside the sub-label window config that will let you inherit the visual marking style from the parent label. Especially if you need to create a number of sub-labels (too many clicks). Usually, they should be of the same colour and text style as the parent one.7 votes
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