Integrate AIP Client natively into the Windows OS for classification of non-office file types
Analysing the types of files that our users share has shown that about 50% are non-Office file formats. Therefore we must currently manage the AIP Unified Labeling client across our fleet and attempt to keep it current. It would be highly preferable to have this functionality native to the Windows OS so that non-office file types can easily have sensitivity labels applied on going without the need to manage a separate client.
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