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  1. Remove "People with the link" link type on a tenant level

    Currently, removing the "People with the link" sharing option is only possible per site:
    Set-SPOSite -DisableCompanyWideSharingLinks Disabled -Identity $siteUrl

    Considering that the recommendation from Microsoft is to allow all FTEs to create O365 Groups (therefore, SPO sites), disabling this link on every new site would require automation (adds complexity, costs) and would be done with delay.

    Our Chief Security Officer sees it as a security threat, and to limit accidental exposure, requested this sharing link to be disabled on a tenant level (with an option to enable it per site).

    The following would be very useful:
    Set-SPOTenant -DisableCompanyWideSharingLinks

    10 votes

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  2. Specify outlook-specific default sensitivity label

    Dear Admins! - Please read this fully before marking this as "Done"!

    Requirements:
    We would like the ability to set a default label for all documents, but exclude email/outlook from the policy.
    Currently there is a powershell setting 'OutlookDefaultLabel' however it is not an adequate/complete solution given that:
    1. it requires the unified labeling client to be installed on endpoints
    2. it does not work for outlook clients that have native support for sensitivity labels (O365 Pro plus, the outlook web client, or for outlook mobile apps)

    Background:
    We are trying to deploy sensitivity labels to our company wherein all…

    9 votes

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  3. Ability to Disable or Exclude specific Built-in sensitive info types in content discovery

    Hundreds of Thousands of our documents are being incorrectly classified/identified by Sensitive Info Types as being INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES (ICD-9/10-CM).

    Having raised MS Ticket 19009613, they advised I use this UserVoice to determine how we might:


    1. Ensure that data that includes the word 'worries' isn't classified as above, or

    2. have the ability to deselect or disable this Built-In sensitivity type

    We were offered the idea of creating our own customised rules but we enjoy the default nature of scanning etc and don't wish to maintain own own classifications/labels.

    Thanks

    Phil

    9 votes

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  4. Label changes from the desktop application are not reflected in the "Confidentiality" column in SharePoint Online.

    With the new preview version of confidentiality labels for Office files in SharePoint and OneDrive, users can implement confidentiality labels from Office desktop applications, however, these changes are not being reflected in the "Confidentiality" column. "in SharePoint Online.

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